Scottish artist David Mach has been referred to as an “artist of excess” who uses unassuming objects such as magazines, match heads, and even coathangers to construct large-scale icons from pop culture, animals, and even religious figures. His latest works are a particularly vicious pair of cats, a cheetah and tiger constructed using his distinct method of layering hundreds of clipped wire coathangers. The two will soon be on display at Opera Gallery in Geneva.
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