A wooden sculpture in Tulum

News | 7 days ago and 13 hours | Zukic
A South African artist Daniel Popper, famous for his large figurative sculptures, created a new work of art as part of the art and culture festival in Tulum, Mexico. The towering installation's name is Ven a la Luz (enters the light) and it consists of wood and ropes formed into a female shape. Her torso is filled with green plants, being a passage for visitors.
A wooden sculpture in Tulum


A wooden sculpture in Tulum


A wooden sculpture in Tulum


A wooden sculpture in Tulum



A wooden sculpture in Tulum


A wooden sculpture in Tulum



A wooden sculpture in Tulum


A wooden sculpture in Tulum


A wooden sculpture in Tulum


A wooden sculpture in Tulum


A wooden sculpture in Tulum


A wooden sculpture in Tulum


A wooden sculpture in Tulum


A wooden sculpture in Tulum


A wooden sculpture in Tulum


A wooden sculpture in Tulum


A wooden sculpture in Tulum


A wooden sculpture in Tulum


A wooden sculpture in Tulum