Robin Antar

WHEN I WAS A KID

2005

Limestone and oils

27"h X 33"w X 6"d

Custom-built pedestal with rotating base


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Robin Antar

AMERICAN COWBOY

2010

Limestone

7"h X 14"w X 16"d


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REALISM IN STONE INC.

Robin antar

MY COMFORT CLOTHES

2002

Limestone and oils

29"h X 12"w X 6"d

Custom-built pedestal with rotating base


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American Clothing Icons
Real and Imagined


American sculptor Robin Antar has been called “Brooklyn’s answer to Andy Warhol.” Her mission is to create a visual record of modern American culture through commonplace objects as she explores the question, “What is America?” 

Meticulously carved in stone, a hamburger with fries, an American-made work boot, denim jeans and a giant "Ballpark Frank" become lasting monuments to contemporary life. The series looks at America's past, present and future. Some of the logos, for example, are the older "classic" versions.