Wim Delvoye

I first came across Wim Delvoye’s work at the Louvre last year. Suppo, a tower of twisted Gothic architecture stands in the entrance pyramid for the museum.


The detail reminds me of the many cathedrals around Paris built in the Gothic era.


Several of the stainless steel sculptures were exhibited throughout the Louvre but unfortunately my Camera jammed, the ‘Twisted Dump Truck’ below was exhibited in Napoleon III’s room.


I recently rediscovered Delvoye’s work with his carved tyres.


The intricate details have turned a boring rubber car part into sapid artwork.

Checkout Wim’s isometric website but be warned I disagree with some of Devoye’s concepts and there is some animal cruelty.

Here is a gallery exhibiting some of the less controversial ideas:

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