(1933 - 2014)
Sorel Etrog was active/lived in Ontario / Canada. Sorel Etrog is known for sculptor-mod form, abstraction.
Sorel Etrog's sculpture probes the relationship between man and machinery and attempts to illustrate an expressive intersection between the individual and industrialism. The machinery of the manufacturer become the tools of the artist. Steel plating, sheet metal, bolts, rivets and hinges are prominently featured in this work of industrial art, illustrating contact, tension and articulation.
The sculptor has a fascination with the industrial themes of the twentieth century and asks the viewer to see that even the most utilitarian objects of our creation also have at least some artistic and expressive component.
One of his pieces, Space Plough II, has a strong but simple steel construction, a basic triangular shape ... Displaying 750 of 3349 characters.