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BOLDI

BOLDI (1970) is constantly on the search for the ideal form and figure, pouring the body and its silhouette into its basic shape. His round, perfectly refined sculptures are the modern continuance of the Brancusi-tradition.

Sculpting human figures reveals not only their true form but also expresses the emotions of the artist.The subtle harmony of fantasy and reason indicates both the maturity and creativity of the artist.According to Henry Matisse, we prefer rationality over the emotions to create the perfect equilibrum. During the creative process the aim of the artist is to present the essence of his values in a manner both simple and full of integrity. Boldi’s art does not approach the human form from a psychological perspective but rather with respect and caring for all the creatures of nature. It expresses his spirit encouraging the desire to touch its finely crafted and chiselled planes and to appreciate how the light plays on each surface. His sculptures show sensitivity to the world around him and how he can express his dreams and vision. As Friedrich Hölderlin put it: ”Oh man is God when he dreams and a beggar when he thinks”. After Boldi asked me to write some thoughts, I closed my eyes to remember his sculptures. It was like analysing a film, wery slowly and carefully, where the successive frames all tell a single story: the artist’s inner dream.

“In our hurrying life – where an increasing goal is to let everything thrown away – for me it is the most important aim to let my sculptures be more and more of permanent, time-resistant value. That is why I am making my sculptures from the most valuable materials, from stone, from bronze and terracotta – and that is why it is so important for me, that the subjects of my sculptures are eternal, comprehensible for all centuries.” (BOLDI)

 

 

BOLDI

BOLDI (1970) is constantly on the search for the ideal form and figure, pouring the body and its silhouette into its basic shape. His round, perfectly refined sculptures are the modern continuance of the Brancusi-tradition.

“In our hurrying life – where an increasing goal is to let everything thrown away – for me it is the most important aim to let my sculptures be more and more of permanent, time-resistant value. That is why I am making my sculptures from the most valuable materials, from stone, from bronze and terracotta – and that is why it is so important for me, that the subjects of my sculptures are eternal, comprehensible for all centuries.” (BOLDI)

BOLDI

BOLDI (1970) is constantly on the search for the ideal form and figure, pouring the body and its silhouette into its basic shape. His round, perfectly refined sculptures are the modern continuance of the Brancusi-tradition.

“In our hurrying life – where an increasing goal is to let everything thrown away – for me it is the most important aim to let my sculptures be more and more of permanent, time-resistant value. That is why I am making my sculptures from the most valuable materials, from stone, from bronze and terracotta – and that is why it is so important for me, that the subjects of my sculptures are eternal, comprehensible for all centuries.” (BOLDI)

BOLDI

BOLDI (1970) is constantly on the search for the ideal form and figure, pouring the body and its silhouette into its basic shape. His round, perfectly refined sculptures are the modern continuance of the Brancusi-tradition.

“In our hurrying life – where an increasing goal is to let everything thrown away – for me it is the most important aim to let my sculptures be more and more of permanent, time-resistant value. That is why I am making my sculptures from the most valuable materials, from stone, from bronze and terracotta – and that is why it is so important for me, that the subjects of my sculptures are eternal, comprehensible for all centuries.” (BOLDI)

BOLDI

BOLDI (1970) is constantly on the search for the ideal form and figure, pouring the body and its silhouette into its basic shape. His round, perfectly refined sculptures are the modern continuance of the Brancusi-tradition.

“In our hurrying life – where an increasing goal is to let everything thrown away – for me it is the most important aim to let my sculptures be more and more of permanent, time-resistant value. That is why I am making my sculptures from the most valuable materials, from stone, from bronze and terracotta – and that is why it is so important for me, that the subjects of my sculptures are eternal, comprehensible for all centuries.” (BOLDI)

BOLDI—Betsabé-(márvány,-86x52x46cm)

BATHSHEBA

Marble
86x52x46cm

BOLDI—Anya-gyermekével-(bronz,-56x38x32cm)

MOTHER WITH HER CHILD

Bronze
56x38x32cm

BOLDI—-Anya-gyermekével-(bronz,-62x38x36cm)

MOTHER WITH HER CHILD

Bronze
62x38x36cm

BOLDI—Brazil-(márvány,-104×86×72cm).

BRAZILIAN WOMAN

Marble
104×86×72cm

BOLDI—Concerto-(márvány,-120×120×84cm).

CONCERTO

Marble
120×120×84cm

BOLDI—Lány-macskával-(márvány,-89x25x21cm)

GIRL WITH CAT

Marble
89x25x21cm

BOLDI—Tengernéző-(bronz,-47x35x31cm)

SEAGAZER

Bronze
47x35x31cm

BOLDI—Csillagnéző-(bronz,156x130x120cm)

WATCHING THE STARS

Bronze
156x130x120cm

BOLDI—Európa-(bronz-88x64x64cm)

EUROPE

Bronze
88x64x64cm

BOLDI—Galamb-I.-(márvány,-18x44x38cm).

DOVE I.

Marble
18x44x38cm

BOLDI—Galamb-III.-(bronz,-15x19x14cm)

DOVE II.

Marble
15x19x14cm

BOLDI—Bronz-fej-(bronz,-10,5x8x.10cm)

HEAD OF BRONZE

Bronze
10,5x8x.10cm

boldi fiufej

BOYHEAD

Marble of Carrara
35 x 32,5 x21 cm

BOLDI—Reggel-(bronz,-48x32x32cm)

MORNING

Bronze
48x32x32cm

BOLDI—Ülő-íjász-(bronz,-68x32x46cm)

SITTING ARCHER

Bronze
68x32x46cm

BOLDI—Európa-(márvány,-51x33x38cm

EUROPE

Marble
51x33x38cm

Artists

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Monday to Fridays 11:00 - 17:00
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Address
5. Galamb Street
1052 Budapest Hungary 

Monday to Fridays 11:00 - 17:00
To schedule an appointment, contact us.

Address
5. Galamb Street
1052-Budapest Hungary 

Monday to Fridays 11:00 - 17:00
To schedule an appointment, contact us.


Address
5. Galamb Street
1052-Budapest
Hungary 

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+36 304357443
+36 304566920

+36 304357443
+36 304566920

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+36 304566920

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lena@lenaroselligallery.com

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