Mostafa Abdel Moity
MOSTAFA ABDEL MOITY_ SCULPTURES - BRONZE

From: 17-2-2013 To: 12-3-2013
 
Zamalek Art Gallery Exhibitions for the artist:
Charity Exhibition 03-06-2016
08-02-2015
08-02-2015
MASTERPIECES XI 01-08-2013
MOSTAFA ABDEL MOITY_ SCULPTURES - BRONZE 17-02-2013
MASTERPIECES X 25-07-2012
Uncolored Icons 22-04-2012
Mother Egypt Exhibition 06-03-2011
Masterpieces VIII 08-08-2010
Masterpieces VII 12-07-2009
17-05-2009
Painting 12-04-2009
Masterpieces VI 14-07-2008
Masterpieces V 15-06-2007
Mostafa Abdel Moity 18-02-2007
Masterpieces IV 17-06-2006
Masterpieces III 16-07-2005
Mostafa Abdel Moity - Paintings 17-04-2005
Masterpieces II 27-06-2004
Mostafa Abdel Moity 28-04-2002
Generation in Contemporary Art 30-10-2001
Collection 00-00-0000
My journey with the sculpting experience

Since the beginning and my absolute belief that art is a vision, no matter the fields of creativity vary..and thus, the creative situation summons with it, its field with all its specificities tools.each area with its tools and its raw materials but poses its own aesthetic assumptions that no other area ownstherefore, a lot of artists practice more than one field, achieving and assuring their artistic vision.we see imaging works and other sculpture works for the same artists.and others in the form of drawingsand may be some ceramic worksor graphicsand so on.

This is due to the creative situation itself, it is the one calling the field and the raw materialand in spite of this diversity in field and raw material but the control of the artistic personality of the artist is clearly discernible on all the fields that he practicesand so the artistic vision is achieved regardless of the domain and style.

In this sense, my practices and my artistic experiences were aiming to achieve an artistic personality and confirm that art is a vision and not a style or a scope.

Thus.since nearly half a century of continuous artistic research, i.e. since the sixties of the previous century, I experienced all fields of fine artsimagingdrawing.porcelaingraphic sculpture.

And the three dimensions stereogram formation was of urgency from the beginningI did not hesitate for a moment to respond to its appeal so I constructed sculptural works in the sixties some of which were small in size, and some were bigand because all this was at that stage where it had been carried out in raw gypsum, which is the material that was available at that timethe big sized sculptures crashed during its movement from one place to another because of the materials nature from which it had been formulated, but some small sized pieces remained till now - which is part of the exhibition work after they had been formulated in raw bronze.

Since then, quite some time have passed.but the urgency had been always present throughout the journey so that this sense of stereogram prevailed some elements of my pictorial works, where it was peering out of the folds and light and shadow

And because some small sculptures that survived the destruction in its time journey, which were always in front of my eyes in my studio, I used to ponder them sometimesand communicate a dialogue with themand I recently casted these sculptures in raw bronze, especially that it became available with an availability of a fully equipped foundry in Alexandria owned by an artist who is well known for his seriousness and his deep knowledge in the field of bronze casting after having deepened his specialized studies in Italyand I asked him to cast a small work from the sixties as a trial and also in terms of preservation of the destructive time factors.

After casting this piece, something important to me happened; I saw the sculpture after being casted in raw bronze, an aesthetical dimension have been added to it by this material.

And here, the stereogram work became an urgency of pressure, especially after casting the two more pieces from the sixtiesand here started the strong pushing towards returning to achieve the artistic vision in the sculpture fieldand the pushing became an imposition obliged to surrender it after it caused me a situation of insomnia.

The Artist
Mostafa Abdel Moity

 
Exhibition Collection:
All Collection   I   Available
MAM.S001
Mostafa Abdel Moity
2010
BRONZE - 45X30X16 cm
Available
MAM.S003
Mostafa Abdel Moity
1969
BRONZE - 50X22X20 cm
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MAM.S002
Mostafa Abdel Moity
1969
BRONZE - 38X14X14 cm
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MAM.S004
Mostafa Abdel Moity
2010
BRONZE - 80X45X18 cm
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MAM.S005
Mostafa Abdel Moity
2010
BRONZE - 66X20X18 cm
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MAM.S006
Mostafa Abdel Moity
1969
BRONZE - 55X21X20 cm
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MAM.S007
Mostafa Abdel Moity
2011
BRONZE - 85X30X28 cm
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MAM.S008
Mostafa Abdel Moity
2011
BRONZE - 90X40X50 cm
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MAM.S009
Mostafa Abdel Moity
2011
BRONZE - 68X70X24 cm
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MAM.S010
Mostafa Abdel Moity
2010
BRONZE - 77X39X30 cm
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MAM.S011
Mostafa Abdel Moity
2010
BRONZE - 90X30X20 cm
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MAM.S012
Mostafa Abdel Moity
2012
BRONZE - 163X45X50 cm
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MAM.S013
Mostafa Abdel Moity
2011
BRONZE - 170X40X40 cm
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MAM.S014
Mostafa Abdel Moity
2012
BRONZE - 170X40X40 cm
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MAM.S015
Mostafa Abdel Moity
2011
BRONZE - 160X64X40 cm
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MAM.S016
Mostafa Abdel Moity
2012
BRONZE - 167X57X40 cm
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MAM.S017
Mostafa Abdel Moity
2012
BRONZE - 200X50X40 cm
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MAM.S018
Mostafa Abdel Moity
2012
BRONZE - 140X60X40 cm
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MAM.S019
Mostafa Abdel Moity
2011
BRONZE - 160X45X40 cm
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MAM.S020
Mostafa Abdel Moity
2012
BRONZE - 140X40X40 cm
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MAM.S021
Mostafa Abdel Moity
2010
BRONZE - 160X64X40 cm
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MAM.S022
Mostafa Abdel Moity
2012
BRONZE - 120X100X40 cm
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MAM.S023
Mostafa Abdel Moity
2012
BRONZE - 130X50X56 cm
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MAM.S024
Mostafa Abdel Moity
2012
BRONZE - 110X80X30 cm
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MAM.S025
Mostafa Abdel Moity
2012
BRONZE - 100X20X20 cm
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