30 Most Controversial Art Sculptures by Patricia Piccinini

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Patricia Piccinini is one of the most well known Australian contemporary artists. Piccinini graduated the college of Fine Arts in painting Economic History, having a wide range of interests, from sociology to technology and computer graphics. She works in a variety of media, such as: painting, sculpture, video, sound and digital prints. As a sign of appreciation towards her art, we’ve put her most significant and controversial works of art together, which can be an inspiration and motivation to all artists, an encouragement to unleash creativity beyond the boundaries of “disturbing” and “ethical issues”. i hope you like these  creative controversial art sculpture / amazing sculptures.  

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