Sergio Bustamante. The Mirrors of Truth 25/50. Jalisco, Mexico.
Sergio Bustamante. The Mirrors of Truth 25/50. Jalisco, Mexico. Resin. Weight: 24.25 lbs., height: 36.42 in., length: 22.83 in. width: 15.75 in.
Sergio Bustamante is a Mexican artist best known for his depictions of animals and inventive humanoid creatures. Working in paper maché, wood, bronze, ceramic and silver, Bustamante’s sculptures are often painted or glazed, allowing him to bring even greater heights of imagination and surrealism to his creatures. Born in 1942 in Sinaloa, Mexico, he went on to study architecture at the University of Guadalajara, leaving before he finished his degree in order to focus on craft-making and fine art. Bustamante had his first exhibition at Galería Misrachi in Mexico City in 1966, and continues to exhibit his work around the world. The artist lives and works in Mexico.
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