A Collection of Wax Sculptures by Swiss artist Urs Fischer.
Urs Fischer (born 2 May 1973) is a Swiss-born contemporary visual artist living in New York City. Fischer’s practice includes sculpture, installation and photography.
Fischer works across sculpture, photography, drawing, painting and publishing. The artist employs a variety of materials and processes in his work, resulting in an oeuvre that “resists easy classification”. His subversive approach to art is often considered to be influenced by anti-art movements like Neo-Dada, Lost Art, or the Situationist International. Since Fischer began showing his work in Europe in the mid-1990s, he has produced an enormous number of objects, drawings, collages, and room-size installations. Fischer has been described by the arts and culture magazine Vault as “internationally celebrated” and one of the most significant contemporary artists working today.(via Ignant)