Tarik Currimbhoy*

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Eclipse

Medium: Polished bronze
From the edition of 11
Size: 14.5” in diameter x 2.5” at it's thickest point
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Pendulum

Medium: Stainless steel
From the edition of 11 plus proofs
Size: 20” tall x 12” wide
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Melody

Medium: Polished brass
From the edition of 11 plus proofs
Size: 22” tall x 10.5” wide
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Rocker

Medium: Polished bronze
From the edition of 30
Size: 9” in diameter x 2” deep
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Rocker

Medium: Stainless steel
From the edition of 11
Size: 9" in diameter x 2" deep
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Compression Rocker

Medium: Stainless Steel
From the edition of 7 plus proofs
Size: 12” in diameter x 2” deep
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BIOGRAPHY

(b. 1954)

Portrait of sculptor Tarik Currimbhoy

Classically trained in the arts, industrial design, and architecture, Tarik Currimbhoy is a trifecta of artistic prowess. Having earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts and a Master of Architecture from the Pratt Institute, as well as a Master of Arts from Cornell University, Tarik later went on to teach at both institutions (Drawing at Cornell and Design at Pratt). 

In both architecture and sculpture, Tarik searches for tranquility, simplicity and tactility, expressed in purity of both form and material. Inspired by ancient architecture of building blocks resting on each other in tension and compression, Tarik's sculptures  are "stories of structure and gravity", held together under compression in stone and metal.

Tarik has mastered the juxtaposition of the old and the new, using handcrafting and ancient casting techniques to create sculptures that are modern and minimal in form. His design work has been published internationally and his sculptures may be found across the world in public spaces as well as corporate and private collections.

* Long-Sharp Gallery is honored to exclusively represent sculpture by Tarik Currimbhoy.