Revealing the Enigma at the New York Museum: Decoding the Secrets of Fossil Skeletons in a Sensitive Position ‎

A small-scale exhibition recently took place in New York (USA) and attracted special attention from indigenous peoples.

These are works of art in the form of human bones placed in sensitive “interactive” states. This is the idea of French designer Jean Marc Laroche and is made from natural tree resin.

Visitors to the exhibition have the opportunity to observe first-hand the artists’ ingenious craftsmanship. Furthermore, they have the opportunity to admire the uniqueness and interest of each eccentric duo of “human skeletons”.

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Exhibition of human bones made of resin with special postures.

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All “skeletons” are made of tree resin.

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Visitors and passers-by are very curious about these products.

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An extremely unique and personal exhibition.

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