Alain Kirili is a French artist born in Paris in 1946. He is widely celebrated for his large-scale abstract sculptures, often made from aluminum and bronze. Kirili is one of the most prominent and respected sculptors in France, and his work has been featured in several major exhibitions around the world. His most celebrated works include the Totem (1984), the Fragment (1989) and the Feuille d'Acier (2009). Kirili's use of materials and the abstraction of form in his sculptures creates a captivating effect that has influenced many contemporary sculptors. Additionally, Kirili's artworks also include drawings, installations, and videos.
French artist, modern sculpture, abstract art, public art.
— Mei Wang
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