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Gotham Gigs: Carving out a niche

For 10 years, Brooklyn sculptor Robin Antar has risen each morning and headed to her garage, where she’s turning a 6,000-pound marble slab into a giant replica of a bag of potato chips. To work on different sides of the sculpture, she has to rent a crane to move it. Now that she’s nearly finished,…

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The best sculptors in the world

American sculptor Robin Antar tends to shy away from the label of political activist. She states quite simply that her passion is to create, to cull visual records from the blocks of marble, travertine, onyx, calcite, limestone and alabaster which she sources, dyes and carves herself in a complex process refined over 30 years. The…

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“Antar specializes in recreating everyday items we know and love or just take for granted. In the process, she’s become Brooklyn’s answer to Andy Warhol.”

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