Longines LA Masters Grand Slam ~ David Mach~

 

 

This week in Los Angeles California , USA The Longines Masters Grand Slam of Show Jumping is going on! September, 25-28 this spectacular event will be live streaming and we will be watching:)  David Mach’s sculpture “Stallion”  is one of many horse related sculptures that will be exhibited at the Masters!! And guess what it is made out of ?…. Coat Hangers!!! 6,000 coat hangers to be exact and stands about 13 feet high!! This incredible art piece will be displayed at the Prestige Village during the four days at the Los Angeles Convention Center !

David Mach~

Location: London

Born In: 1956 Scotland 

Site: http://www.davidmach.com

David Mach was born in Methil, Fife, in 1956. He studied at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art, Dundee from 1974–79, and at the Royal College of Art, London from 1979–82. Mach is heavily influenced by Pop Art and consumerism, and employs a sense of drama, performance and unexpectedness in his work. Mach’s practice also explores materiality on a grand scale, by bringing multiples of mass–produced objects, most notably magazines, newspapers and car tyres, together in large–scale installations. His work is representational, humorous, often controversial and verges on the overwhelming in its scale and audacity.

David Mach currently works from his studio based in London~

 

 

 

 

 

Stallion

 

 

Here’s other horses statues that are at the Masters……

ig-horseandstyle

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cheval Mecachrome
PIERRE MATTER

 

So, Next time you hang your coat on your coat hanger, make sure it doesn’t neigh back at you!!!

Shya~

Huh? What? Well, I will believe that when I see flying Shetlands !

 

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