Wim Botha
Country: Republic of South Africa
Style: Sculpture/ Neo-classical
Medium: Paper, old encyclopedias, African dictionaries, bibles and former schoolbooks
Fun Fact: This Pretoria-born artist uses old encyclopedias, African dictionaries, bibles and former schoolbooks by slicing and carving them into bold human shapes and faces. In his latest impressive sculptural installation “Study for Epic Mundane”, humans are erected from the wall holding evocative powers.

Quote: My works are a process of distillations, They attempt to reduce all-encompassing ideas and universal factors down to their core idea.

Works
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Wim Botha
Country: Republic of South Africa
Style: Sculpture/ Neo-classical
Medium: Paper, old encyclopedias, African dictionaries, bibles and former schoolbooks
Fun Fact: This Pretoria-born artist uses old encyclopedias, African dictionaries, bibles and former schoolbooks by slicing and carving them into bold human shapes and faces. In his latest impressive sculptural installation “Study for Epic Mundane”, humans are erected from the wall holding evocative powers.

Quote: My works are a process of distillations, They attempt to reduce all-encompassing ideas and universal factors down to their core idea.

Works
Untitled
Wim Botha
Country: Republic of South Africa
Style: Sculpture/ Neo-classical
Medium: Paper, old encyclopedias, African dictionaries, bibles and former schoolbooks
Fun Fact: This Pretoria-born artist uses old encyclopedias, African dictionaries, bibles and former schoolbooks by slicing and carving them into bold human shapes and faces. In his latest impressive sculptural installation “Study for Epic Mundane”, humans are erected from the wall holding evocative powers.

Quote: My works are a process of distillations, They attempt to reduce all-encompassing ideas and universal factors down to their core idea.

Works
Untitled
Wim Botha
Country: Republic of South Africa
Style: Sculpture/ Neo-classical
Medium: Paper, old encyclopedias, African dictionaries, bibles and former schoolbooks
Fun Fact: This Pretoria-born artist uses old encyclopedias, African dictionaries, bibles and former schoolbooks by slicing and carving them into bold human shapes and faces. In his latest impressive sculptural installation “Study for Epic Mundane”, humans are erected from the wall holding evocative powers.

Quote: My works are a process of distillations, They attempt to reduce all-encompassing ideas and universal factors down to their core idea.

Works
Untitled
Wim Botha
Country: Republic of South Africa
Style: Sculpture/ Neo-classical
Medium: Paper, old encyclopedias, African dictionaries, bibles and former schoolbooks
Fun Fact: This Pretoria-born artist uses old encyclopedias, African dictionaries, bibles and former schoolbooks by slicing and carving them into bold human shapes and faces. In his latest impressive sculptural installation “Study for Epic Mundane”, humans are erected from the wall holding evocative powers.

Quote: My works are a process of distillations, They attempt to reduce all-encompassing ideas and universal factors down to their core idea.

Works
Untitled

Wim Botha

Country: Republic of South Africa

Style: Sculpture/ Neo-classical

Medium: Paper, old encyclopedias, African dictionaries, bibles and former schoolbooks

Fun Fact: This Pretoria-born artist uses old encyclopedias, African dictionaries, bibles and former schoolbooks by slicing and carving them into bold human shapes and faces. In his latest impressive sculptural installation “Study for Epic Mundane”, humans are erected from the wall holding evocative powers.

Quote: My works are a process of distillations, They attempt to reduce all-encompassing ideas and universal factors down to their core idea.

Works

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