Following his exhibition at Tokyo’s NANZUKA gallery, Brooklyn-based artist Jonathan Chapline now teams up with editions specialist Case Studyo for a collaborative series of sculptures entitled Supporting Figures. The striking new collaboration features two metal variants of the artist’s abstract-meets-figurative subjects that are largely informed by the works of old masters such as Picasso’s Les Demoiselles d’Avignon (1907) cubist painting.
One piece features a powder coat of Telemagenta while the other version is covered with an Ultramarine hue. What’s more, these collectible art objects are beyond decorative as they also function as book holders. Each sculpture stands 30 centimeters tall and arrives in a signed and numbered edition of 25 with five artist proofs. Housing all of the sculptures is custom made, screen-printed wooden box.
Check out both Supporting Figures above and visit Case Studyo’s website to learn more. The sculptures are available in select stockists worldwide.
In other notable art releases, check out Matt McCormick’s latest print titled Somewhere I can Walk Alone And Leave Myself Behind.