9 April 2010
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‘In Search of Missing Pieces’ is a series of original sculptures by French artist Bruno Catalono.
Caught my eye big time!
Via My Modern Met
Posted by Cecilie Friis Borup on 9 April 2010.
Categories: Art. Tags: Art, Artist, Bruno Catalano, French, Sculptures.
this is the cooles thing in the world i waz stumblin @ 2 and came up on this woke me up a bit! wow awesome
Posted by vaishnavi on May 8th, 2010.
Would’ve been nice and more creative/less boring if he didn’t have all of his statues carrying a suitcase or something.
Posted by Nice job, but... on May 8th, 2010.
this is very deep… shows a lot about what people think a significant other will do for them.
Posted by scout on May 8th, 2010.
Posted by paul on May 8th, 2010.
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Now that’s just amazing ! Id love a statue like that
Posted by MasacruAlex on May 8th, 2010.
Absolutely brilliant. it has been a long time since I have been this impressed about a sculpture.
Thanks for sharing.
Posted by Bas Mooyman on May 9th, 2010.
Well, at least we know they are not missing their luggage.
Posted by hatchet wound on May 9th, 2010.
stumbled from the shower…love it
Posted by br33 on May 9th, 2010.
Posted by Cj on May 9th, 2010.
Really Cool and creative. This falls into the category of things i would never come up with. i like
Posted by kinslito on May 9th, 2010.
Commenting that you were stumbling and expecting praise is like stating that you take care of your kids and wanting to get paid for it.
Posted by tj on May 9th, 2010.
It’s amazing how our minds automatically fill in the gap. Very cool!
Posted by Cheryl from thatgirlisfunny on May 10th, 2010.
the suitcases make it possible. they are connected to the legs, so tthere can be the emptiness
Posted by brrappp on May 10th, 2010.
the suitcases were part of the point he was making.. like they are going on a journey to find their missing pieces.
Posted by kh on May 11th, 2010.
this is truly wonderful art, Im not sure he realized when he discovered this “idea” of making “pieces op people” , but it can be interpreted as something very deep., arent we all , a little bit in pieces? I’m seriously touched.
thank you for sharing
Posted by Erik Saev on May 11th, 2010.
Posted by kimoverhere on May 11th, 2010.
he had to have the man carrying an item because without one the statue would not be held together, obviously. this is very artistic on so many levels, clearly. i wish i knew the inspiration behind the work!
Posted by kasie on May 11th, 2010.
Cool art work. Its a good thing all these guys are holding bag and cases
Posted by Anthony Pittarelli on May 11th, 2010.
What a fantastic idea, it took me a second to figure it out, but totally killer!
Really cool, but it would be good to mix it up. They all seem to be carrying luggage of some sort.. Maybe some should be “missing” in different ways.
Posted by Kevin on May 13th, 2010.
To me this says, look at a man… Not just at his crotch, ladies. Care for your man, as though he is precious, ok?
Posted by Andy on May 13th, 2010.
@vaishnavi : maybe it would be less boring for you if you were creative/intelligent enough to make the connection between the items which are common to each piece and the point/theme the artist is trying to convey. If you need another clue, possibly read the project title: “In Search of Missing Pieces.”
Hmm…might they need to travel to do this?
Posted by Lucy on May 13th, 2010.
Oh, and people, I was to lazy to read all the comments, but the reason they all need to be carrying the suitcase is structural. If they didn’t have it, it wouldn’t be able to have that big portion missing, the statue tops are not floating.
Posted by nali on May 15th, 2010.
I like how I can fill in the open space in my mind’s eye, and that the breaks line up almost perfectly. That’s a great deal of workmanship, and I am pleased to have stumbled onto it.
Posted by Aime on May 15th, 2010.
More creative Nice Job? If you actually look, the suitcase/briefcase/guitar case is what literally connects the pieces together.
Posted by Pay Attention on May 15th, 2010.
I thought we killed that damn T-1000…
Posted by John Connor on May 15th, 2010.
It would be cool if he wasn’t carrying the suitcase. The suitcase completely ruins it.
Posted by smark on May 16th, 2010.
Wow, finally something fresh! The illusion is amazing, especially with the piece which is placed on outdoors. Very inspiring, I’m glad that I stumbled on these!
Posted by Sauromatum on May 16th, 2010.
Absolutely amazing. Very inspiring.
Posted by Tim on May 16th, 2010.
Robot Senator Approves of the symbolism in these sculptures. Not necessarily about S.O.
Posted by Robot Senator on May 16th, 2010.
I’m pretty sure the suitcases are symbolic. Maybe for how the working man could go through their whole life without knowing themselves.
Or maybe that the rat race made them lose themselves.
Something like that.
Posted by Something more on May 16th, 2010.
superfly and very innovative… I think its very important to have expression like this
Posted by Jeremy Davis on May 17th, 2010.
The suitcases are a part of the whole statement about what he’s trying to express…
Posted by Aaron on May 17th, 2010.
very nice, showing responsibility by not leaving the suitcase.
Posted by srikanth on May 17th, 2010.
well looks cool,it is really good illusion
Posted by theme on May 17th, 2010.
I loved it.Itx awesome,what creativity.
Posted by Umer on May 17th, 2010.
i saw this in honfleur, france. it is so dope!
Posted by sarah on May 17th, 2010.
carrying a lot of baggage and missing something of themselves…
Posted by scott on May 18th, 2010.
Interesting that these figures remind me of many people I see climbing the ladder of success and forgetting to take or not intending to take their internals with them. Only interested in the possessions they carry and the destination, otherwise empty.
Posted by Gareth on May 18th, 2010.
this is a true work of art…(i have something similar but not as detailed)….even when you don’t feel whole you keep on going..determine
Posted by morgan moore on May 19th, 2010.
yeah, the suitcases in every sculpture kind of make it a bit “samey” but they are needed in order for the sculpture to stand. Imagine what sculptures will look like when levitation is a common thing.
Posted by mark on May 19th, 2010.
Naprawę interesująca ekspozycja.
Posted by Daniel on May 19th, 2010.
Will he display the missing metal as art, too? That would be so cool. Almost as cool as seeing models who looked just like this. I wonder if they are related to one another, you know, like “missing” relatives. What if the sculptor was missing his hands? Then he’d have to make these using his toes. Cool. And his name is Bruno. Wonder if he’s related to that movie, BRUNO.
Posted by MDJ on May 19th, 2010.
hey “nice job, but…” dont you see that the suitcases are important? they hold everything together you idiot
Posted by barbie on May 20th, 2010.
Posted by a on May 20th, 2010.
REALLY cool and philosophical! I was lost watching the pictures
Posted by bee on May 20th, 2010.
i can’t believe how rude and idiotic some of you sound “it would be better without the suitcases” “it’s cool but he should switch it up, why suitcases?”
1) um it’s what’s holding the pieces together guys. and BALANCING the statue. I’m sure the amount of metal/type of metal used weighs more than the bit on top that is hanging over so that it balances out.
2) WITHOUT the suitcase, the people would not be able to have “missing pieces”
3) as so many others said, the suitcases are a part of this series. look at the TITLE if you are confused and can’t wrap your mind around it.
if you’re going to critique art, at least go about it in a sensible way. saying “omg cool but dude i don’t understand” really just makes you look stupid.
Posted by vanessa on May 20th, 2010.
Dali would have been proud to see that his art lives on
Posted by David on May 20th, 2010.
…this is simply fucking brilliant…it’s the sense of balance that kicks my ass to the enth degree…i’m without words, and that is RARE… :> tkk
Posted by teacher tom on May 21st, 2010.
my litle sister, noreen, went to school with a young lady named Laura Catalano, from Hyde Park, NY…might they be family?
This shows how important it is to always carry a bag so if your torso disappears your head won’t hit the ground.
An important lesson for us all.
Posted by Jay Principal on May 21st, 2010.
There is a really practical reason for the suitcases/bags – something needs to join the top with the bottom…
Posted by May on May 21st, 2010.
omg you idiot. If he didn’t have them holding a suitcase there would have been nothing for the other half of the body to hold onto. The two halves could not be conjoined by anything and the top half would just fall onto the bottom half. I mean unless you thought it would look better if he had like a 5 foot right arm
Posted by steph on May 21st, 2010.
Sticchi’a sso ma belli su sti cosi, ma cu ventu un si ci stoccanu? e comunque iu l’avissi fattu cu compensatu
Posted by Billy Baldacane on May 21st, 2010.
That is awesome, I also found this great experiment video about a diet coke and mentos explosion in a microwave on youtube that was really entertaining. It is pretty near death as far as diet coke and mentos goes. It is at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pVPZSK77yTw. Take a peek, its worth it.
Posted by pitman on May 22nd, 2010.
… i guess the suitcases are just to hold de rest of the sculpture… but the guy does really good stuff.. very cool and new thing
Posted by duh67 on May 22nd, 2010.
The suitcase is the most poignant part of every sculpture. Why do people leave their homes or their comfort zones? It’s usually to find something new, whether it’s an experience or a feeling that they believe will fill a void.
Posted by Gianina on May 22nd, 2010.
Wonderful originality! Really cool stuff.
Posted by Don Coker on May 22nd, 2010.
OMG. These are amazing!
Posted by Ashley on May 22nd, 2010.
Seems to me like this idea is borrowed, creativity in the concept is apparent but it’s the exact same execution for each statue, I find it very uninspired and lackluster. Would have respected it more of it were a single statue.
Posted by arthur on May 23rd, 2010.
Neat, I wouldn’t mind having one. Nice detail
Posted by Richard on May 23rd, 2010.
Look at the theme and you’ll figure out why they are carrying these things.
But I guess in artwork every one sees something different.
This is genius work here.
Posted by Michael V on May 23rd, 2010.
I completely disagree, the suitcases are necessary to the pieces… all of these people are traveling somewhere, “looking for missing pieces” in their lives.
Posted by katrina on May 23rd, 2010.
it is very nice because the balance of this looks very hard
Posted by reza on May 24th, 2010.
probably been said, but these wouldn’t be possible if it weren’t for the suit cases. Dude needs to think outside the box some and make some more. Other wise, this is a good idea gone to waste.
Posted by yeti on May 24th, 2010.
Really the coolset thing in the world? get out of bed more often and go farther than your computer screen..
Posted by Chad on May 24th, 2010.
I would have finished the pieces before posting them. Why would the artist let people see his work with holes still in it?
Posted by artcritic on May 24th, 2010.
the suitcases is what joins the top to the bottom so that it doesn’t fall apart… the top piece isn’t floating…
Posted by to: nicejob, but.... on May 25th, 2010.
very cool design
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Posted by Dodgeblogium » In Search of Missing Pieces on May 26th, 2010.
the suitcase is the counterweight..so they dont need those mising parts…AWSOME
Posted by caramo on May 27th, 2010.
this is shit
Posted by Applesauce on May 27th, 2010.
I love it!
Posted by suziecat7 on May 28th, 2010.
very clever but also valid. touches on Surrealism and the occult.
Posted by paul benavidez on May 28th, 2010.
@artcritic – they are finished pieces you idiot.
@gareth – love the way you interpreted that:)
@ mindless people critiquing this – to say that stuff, your showing how narrow minded and utterly incapable of being an art critic you are. those capable of throwing their true beliefs, experiences, stories, and characteristics into a piece are true artists. and a good critique is not only willing to look at whats infront of them but the symbolism behind it all. things are unfinished for a reason, object repetition is used for a reason. the color(s) used, size of the piece, texture, expression, amount of negative/positive space and etc. was all decided on for a reason.
when you understand this youl be able to look at a white table-sized canvas with only a single black dot in the center of it and find beauty in it.
Posted by bren on May 28th, 2010.
I don’t like olives on my pizza, but cheese is ok.
Posted by Miley on May 28th, 2010.
brilliant work. illusion.
Posted by Kaleem Akhter on May 28th, 2010.
Fantastic sculptures, reallt impressive !
Posted by Exalism on May 28th, 2010.
this is so amazing!! i love stumbling on stumbleupon!! i find the weirdest stuff!!
Posted by NeLLaf on May 28th, 2010.
talk about acid indigestion…
Posted by Peter on May 28th, 2010.
Nice work, allthough I must agree with ‘Nice job, but’
Posted by Hospitality Star on May 29th, 2010.
They strike me as being very odd.
Better than some sculpture I have seen, not as good as others. On the plus side I actually understand them. I will never understand how people can get paid to weld a bunch of junk together and call it a sculpture.
Posted by Ryan on May 29th, 2010.
Posted by stuart on May 29th, 2010.
about the suitcases: they are obviously necessary, so why say they ruin the statue? if they weren’t there, the statues would be impossible.
Posted by annabelle on May 29th, 2010.
Posted by besan on May 30th, 2010.
the suitecases are what connectes the bottom peices to the top peices….no?
Posted by rgonz on May 30th, 2010.
Great work I love all the articulate comments.The bags may be a theme for the works. The outdoor installations are open the vandals as two drunk teenagers could bend or snap this artwork in half.
Posted by mj on May 31st, 2010.
i like turtles
Posted by zak on May 31st, 2010.
Sometimes what we carry is not always a burden, but something to make us understand who we are or make us survive. In these amazing pictures the suitecase is what holds or connects the body. The searching may continue and the body will be together.
Posted by Chomba on June 2nd, 2010.
Very creative and eye catching piece of art.
Posted by Waseem Mohammed on June 2nd, 2010.
gutless. all his pieces are missing any guts….probably an autobiographical statement on his part.
Posted by cannibal on June 2nd, 2010.
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Makes me wonder which parts of me would be missing. Amazing~
Posted by Kali on June 3rd, 2010.
i like carving a hole in a potateo, and putting my penis in it.
Posted by me on June 3rd, 2010.
These sculptures have to be some of the best examples of the use of negative space.
Posted by Calgary Graphic Design on June 4th, 2010.
A lot of trolls here, lol.
I love the statues.
Posted by Nick on June 4th, 2010.
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Posted by dzahn1 on June 4th, 2010.
an incredible set of art pieces
Posted by sir jorge on June 5th, 2010.
Very creative! my favorite is the first one.. it says a lot about what life can bring.
Posted by Ashley on June 5th, 2010.
it’s awesome! thanks for sharing!!
Posted by denis on June 5th, 2010.
Posted by Tcem Work Degravacoes do Brasil on June 6th, 2010.
Wow! J’adore ces sculptures, mais à la fois elles me rendent tristes. Surtout les deux premières photos.
Le grand départ, la valise. On laisse toujours un peu de soi derrière les villes qu’on quitte. Et on va chercher les morceaux manquants ailleurs, même s’il ne sont pas les morceaux exacts du casse-tête incomplet.
Posted by Diane Goulet on June 9th, 2010.
I can appreciate that all of you “art critics” think that the suitcases are an utter necessity, however i am under the impression that Bruno could have thought more in depth about the missing pieces and came up with another way around holding up the sculpture without a suitcase, the fact that he always uses suitcases is “a bit samey” and I think it does matter. He should have known that, he should have been able to come up with a bit of variation, simply changing the look of the people just isnt enough when all of the sculptures show the same thing in the same way, or maybe he wanted one of the missing pieces to be a fully thought out concept. As a standalone piece however, the first sculpture is fascinating.
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Posted by pooper scooper on June 10th, 2010.
Where’s the missing porn??
Posted by OMG1980ICUP on June 10th, 2010.
Hi i think the suitcases make it possible. they are connected to the legs, so there can be the emptiness
Posted by Logo Designers on June 10th, 2010.
Exceptional visual art where can you buy it
Posted by Gloss on June 12th, 2010.
I guess he found his signature; it’s always nice to have one. Still refusing to go with mine.
Posted by Izabela Wojcik on June 12th, 2010.
It not really abruptly. How all it keeps?
Posted by Alex Kulikov Moscow on June 13th, 2010.
Brilliant piece of art!
Posted by melissa brantley on June 13th, 2010.
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to the guy that criticized his use of suitcases: he has to attach the top half of the statue to the bottom half somehow doofus. i thought it was very creative.
Posted by anon on June 16th, 2010.
yes the “suitcases” are what is holding them all together; however, they aren’t all suitcases, one is a guitar case and one is a briefcase… adding more dimension to the story, at least for me…
Posted by kassikat on June 16th, 2010.
Kool … very creative.
I saw something similar in Prague, Don’t know if it was from same artist or not … here is a photo of it: http://www.schahryar.com/photoblog/256
Posted by Schahryar Fekri on June 16th, 2010.
creative idea and very nice ..
Posted by arris grey on June 22nd, 2010.
Posted by mia on June 26th, 2010.
I really like the statute (top) when it was the first i had seen. now it’s lame. however, assuming he’s making money, selling the same thing over and over takes a certain kind of marketing skill… i suppose
Posted by M. Lynch on July 1st, 2010.
Amazing art style. Love it
Posted by Art ideas on July 6th, 2010.
i love it. it’s amazing how the tiny arms supported the upper part of the statue.
Posted by energy monitoring on July 7th, 2010.
It does give you something to think/look/wonder about. great post!
Posted by Darkened Soul on July 12th, 2010.
that is SO FANTASTIC! I WANNA ONE OF THOSE ONES HAHAHA Congratulations.. just AWESOME!
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The suitcase/briefcases represent the characters search. Without the briefcase, it looks like he’s just walking along, but the suitcase has always been used as a sort of symbol of a great search, or journey, with all wordly possessions in that one case.
Posted by tiana on July 31st, 2010.
so simple, yet so complex
Posted by sir jorge on August 1st, 2010.
their hearts all seem to be intact, although other parts of them may be missing……
Posted by annie on August 1st, 2010.
I shall now cease to argue with a woman who claims that “a bag makes or breaks a woman”.
Posted by Vishal on August 7th, 2010.
The breaks in the sculptures are brilliant ellipses, in that they spare us some of the awfulness of Bruno’s technique. Great ad material for Samsonite, though.
Posted by quetzl on August 14th, 2010.
love the concept. very nice
Posted by miami web design on August 27th, 2010.
Typical “internet art”. Fine idea repeated 23 times (at least on authors site). What for?
Posted by passerby on September 1st, 2010.
For some reason my mind is not working properly and does not fill the gaps. But maybe that makes it even more interesting and surreal.
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The luggage is literally supposed to represent baggage. They are carrying around the things that have hurt them in the past, and searching for the “pieces” of themselves that they’ve lost in the process.
Posted by Catie on September 21st, 2010.
Uh, the only way giant hunks can be taken out of them is if they’re carrying something that attaches the two pieces together.
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Posted by Great Stumbles « Sandy Thoughts on October 9th, 2010.
Very interesting. Just awesome art
Posted by funvblog on October 18th, 2010.
Creative, Interesting!!! IT’s Now proved that Human can create/design anything irrespective of any boundaries or anything that really matters.
Posted by Shrikrishna Meena on October 18th, 2010.
imagined the same concept on people before seeing this
Posted by joyce on October 21st, 2010.
i dont get it….
Posted by me on October 26th, 2010.
some would say This is real art: the artist gives only parts and your mind makes it complete.
some others would say The guy run short in material and inspiration.
this kinda art works only with a bag…
I hate bags.
Posted by parsnipamaranthcoriander on November 17th, 2010.
they have been clawed by a giant trex or something. regardless, these are beautiful.
Posted by shapewear on November 22nd, 2010.
Posted by george on November 22nd, 2010.
Fucking stupid awesome!
Posted by cj on November 24th, 2010.
The statue on the shoreline is wonderful with that lovely view through him. Is the view
real (it really is on the shoreline) or did someone photoshop in that background?
Posted by Windy on November 25th, 2010.
I wonder how long it takes to finish sculptures like these… From a structural standpoint – there should be some shear stress and bending stress at the point where the two halves are connected… although, from inspection it looks like those welds are plenty strong enough to hold the upper section of each piece. Very cool stuff.
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Posted by xbakeka on December 8th, 2010.
When I look at this I think: The luggage or cases represent work or some sort of goal or ambition. And those who are working toward something or have ambitions are never complete. I think we should all always be working toward some sort of goal and yes me may never be complete but I don’t necessarily think that is a bad thing. Never being complete leaves room for growth and expansion. LoveTheLifeYouLive <3
Posted by Joey on December 30th, 2010.
Salutations!! Amazing!! Out of the box. Merry Xmas and happy creative and peaceful new year 2011. stumble is an experience!!
Posted by joe on December 30th, 2010.
Man… Carrying a bag of some sort… Attached to his knee.
I get it.
The first one I saw was cool.
After that, it’s like, “Big deal. Think of something new, artist.”
Posted by iamcornelli on December 30th, 2010.
wow! Amazing! I <3 these pictures! Happy New Years everybody!
Posted by kimbokimbo on December 30th, 2010.
Awesome, this was the single mostinstructive detail I had studied in my life. Thanks a lot!!
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I just need to comment on this because everyone commenting on this is stupid.
“@artcritic – they are finished pieces you idiot.
Posted by bren on May 28th, 2010.”
^^^This person is an utter moron. I can’t even touch on this.
The art is cool, I’ll give it that. I understand the need for the suitcases even though I’m not too big on them
This is an amazing idea. I like it, but people who want to talk about art sound like the biggest douche bags, coming from an artist myself. Seriously, if it inspires you, why do you need to tell the world? You aren’t achieving anything by flaunting how “deep” you are. And griping about the suitcase doesn’t make you look smart either. However, sarcastic comments are always relieving because reading these uptight comments make comic relief a must.
Bring on the hate mail, douche bags.
Posted by Amber on March 25th, 2011.
I never seen art like that before. It’s a very profound effect.
Posted by pricehunter on April 3rd, 2011.
Wow great man really clean cutting I just adore your work and your blog aswell.
Posted by Shobi on April 9th, 2011.
Why is Bill Bailey theree with his guitat..?
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Professional use of photoshop
Posted by DJ on May 3rd, 2011.
awesome sculptures <3 I'm a sculpture myself, are these bronze? I can't tell, never worked in bronze before but I've always wanted to try =) thx for sharing!
Posted by Lindsay Marie on June 14th, 2011.
Absolutely love your artwork and creativity!
Posted by Phoenix on August 8th, 2011.
L’abilità sta nelle saldature. Sculture che vivono nelle giuste location. Al
chiuso esigerebbero sfondi adeguati. All’aperto si spera che i materiali
dove è saldato il portante (la valigia) resistano alla corrosione… Idea
ingegneristica brillante, comunque, quella della valigia che cela il
sostegno dell’ntero bronzo. Arte da “hub” per passeggeri in transito. Chissà
quali sono le quotazioni di questo manierista?
Posted by Francesco D. Caridi on November 23rd, 2011.
So, I guess this means that women are already complete !
Posted by mistechal on May 21st, 2012.
“this is the cooles thing in the world i waz stumblin @ 2 and came up on this woke me up a bit! wow awesome”
Exactly same happened with me right now @ 2
Posted by Pranav D. on June 17th, 2012.
Are the missing pieces in the suitcases?
Posted by Astro Gremlin on July 2nd, 2012.
It looks like they got hit with some kind of beam attack…
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