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The arts have many wonderful tricks up their sleeve. Art is not just what meets the eye. It has the ability to not only stir our emotions but also to test our assumptions and worldviews. Art has opened up a lot of doors that would have been closed otherwise.

The various forms of expression used to express creative ideas constitute art. Sculptures are among the top art forms. Because of this, we’ve decided to feature a selection of sculptures that defy conventional understandings of gravity. You’d have to ponder the reasoning behind these for a while.

For a gallery of works that violate the laws of physics, please scroll down. We can guarantee that you will give each a thorough examination before continuing.

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#1 Alicia Martin’s Book Sculptures

Image source: Alicia Martin

#2 Johnson Tsang’s Coffee Kiss

Image source: Johnson Tsang

#3 Menashe Kadishman’s Suspended 

Image source: Menashe Kadishmanmyraganella

#4 Emil Alzamora’s Albedo

Image source: Emil Alzamora

#5 Gerry Judah’s Car Sculptures

Image source: Gerry Judah

#6 Tom Eckert’s Hyper-Realistic Illusions Carved Out Of Wood

Image source: Tom Eckert

#7 Anna Borgman’s And Candy Lenk’s Wurf VI 

Image source: Anna Borgman and Candy Lenk

#8 Leandro Erlich’s Monte-Meubles L’ultime Déménagement 

Image source: Leandro Erlich

#9  Alex Chinneck’s Take My Lighting But Don’t Steal My Thunder 

Image source: Alex Chinneck

#10 Jerzy Kędziora’s Gymnast With Balls

Image source: Jerzy Kedziora

#11 Smaban Abbas’s Floating Stone 

Image source: Smaban Abbas

#12 Robin Wight’s Wire Fairies

Image source: Robin Wight

#13 Lorenzo Quinn’s The Force Of Nature

Image source: Lorenzo Quinn

#14 Elisabet Stienstra’s The Virgins Of Apeldoorn 

Image source: Elisabet Stienstra

#15 Jerzy Kędziora’s Michael Jones Sculpture

Image source: Natalie Stamilla

#16 Jerzy Kędziora’s Balancing Sculptures

Image source: Jerzy Kędziora

#17 Leandro Erlich’s Window With Ladder – Too Late For Help

Image source: Leandro Erlich

#18 Bruno Catalano’s Les Voyageurs

Image source: Bruno Catalano

#19

Image source: Daniel Firman

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