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Twogetherness

 

From an exhibition in the Dominikanerkirche in Münster 2017

L-R: Nicholas Mukomberanwa, Kiss, springstone ; Hebaron Zvabata, Day and Night, serpentine; Bruno Bruni, The Kiss, bronze; the sculptures were available.

Twogetherness

 

From an exhibition in the Dominikanerkirche in Münster 2017

L-R: Nicholas Mukomberanwa, Kiss, springstone ; Hebaron Zvabata, Day and Night, serpentine; Bruno Bruni, The Kiss, bronze; the sculptures were available.

comments (16)

  • Ray
  • Thailand
  • 9 Nov 2018, 01:21
Nicely presented, Philine.
Philine: Thanks, Ray!
Joli bronze du couple.
Philine: Merci bien, Martine!
  • Chris
  • Not Nowhere
  • 9 Nov 2018, 06:53
The kissing images are both dramatic and erotic..
Philine: Many thanks, Chris!
  • Salima I.E.M. Senders
  • Netherlands
  • 9 Nov 2018, 07:04
Even the day and night seem to kiss each other, I like them most!
Philine: Zweisamkeit is the German word. Heel bedankt, Salima!
Beautifully presented to us, Philine.
Philine: Fine that you are back. Heel bedankt, Ginnie!
  • gutteridge
  • Somewhere in deep space
  • 9 Nov 2018, 07:56
Some fine sculptures Philine though, the right hand one ‘kiss’ looks slightly sinister in this context.
Philine: Yes, I understand your feeling. The legless man looks a bit creepy. Many thanks, Chad!
  • Alan
  • Great Britain (UK)
  • 9 Nov 2018, 07:58
I'm drawn to the bronze; the legless man embracing the naked lady enveloping her in his cloak. The other two items would just get a cursory glance on my past off to the cafe smile
Philine: Enjoy your breakfast in the café, a cooked breakfast as I hope - and then a good day! Many thanks, Alan!
  • Lisl
  • England
  • 9 Nov 2018, 08:23
I am a bit thrown by the legless, gaberdined man
Philine: I think the lady is holding the man, it is a strange sculpture indeed. Many thanks, Lisl!
The bloke in the coat does not seem to have any legs!
Philine: It is a little confusing sculpture indeed, I think the lady has to hold the man, also in a metaphorical way, and the lady needs some covering from the man, both are needing each other. But perhaps it is more a fun thing. Many thanks, Bill!
Like most of the others the two left hand sculptures don't excite me but the one on the right is more human in design, without being vulgar, I just don't get why no legs on the man.
Philine: The sculpture on the right is a bit provoking. See my try of interpreation in my reply on Bill's comment. Many thanks, Brian! I personally like the sculpture on the left.
I like all three.
Philine: I, too, thanks, Mary!
A nice trio, Philine.
Philine: Thanks, Frank!
i think it is a nice theme and they resulted in some good sculptures, Philine.
Philine: Yesa, it is, many thanks, Ayush!
Oh this is putting me in a strangely familiar mood. smile
Philine: Oh, I hope not to have trodden on your toes. Many thanks, Larry!
three wonderful sculptures Philine... i love the nude lady hugging and holding up the man with no legs....petersmile
Philine: I like your description, peter, many thanks!
  • Louis
  • South Africa
  • 10 Nov 2018, 12:05
These are love-ly two-somes.

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