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Culture of custom cars drives sculptor

Simple details power work of Vincent Szarek

Vincent Szarek's wall sculpture 'Amorphous and Fumed' has the muscular curves and eye-candy designs of a custom hot rod. In an unusual pairing, he has brought together visual languages from art, religion, and popular culture. Vincent Szarek's wall sculpture "Amorphous and Fumed" has the muscular curves and eye-candy designs of a custom hot rod. In an unusual pairing, he has brought together visual languages from art, religion, and popular culture.
By Cate McQuaid
Globe Correspondent / December 14, 2006

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Minimalism, mysticism, and car culture spectacularly collide in Vincent Szarek's wall sculpture "Amorphous and Fumed." The piece pulses off the wall of Mario Diacono at Ars Libri like a blue beacon. Buffed and detailed, the urethane fiberglass work has the muscular curves and eye-candy designs of a custom hot rod. (Full article: 776 words)

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