El Anatsui (Ghanaian, b. 1944). Earth’s Skin, 2007. Aluminum and copper wire, 177 x 394 in. (449.6 x 1000.8 cm).

El Anatsui (Ghanaian, b. Earth’s Skin, Aluminum and copper wire, 177 x 394 in. Courtesy of Guggenheim Abu .

El Anatsui, Earth's Skin, detail, 2008, aluminum and copper wire, approximately 177 x 394 in., Courtesy of the artist and Jack Shainman Gallery, NY, Photo by Andrew McAllister for the Akron Art Museum

Gravity and Grace: Monumental Works by El Anatsui - Akron Art Museum

El Anatsui, Untitled, 2007, aluminum and copper wire, 144” x 195”, Blanton Museum of Art, The University of Texas at Austin, reproduction sc...

El Anatsui Turns Bottles Caps And Tin Lids Into Expansive Morphing Tapestries

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El Anatsui, el alma escultórica de África atemporal. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5I7XZL9KjFQ

El Anatsui Fold-Dusasa

El Anatsui Dusasa I Ghanian-born El Anatsui constructs large-scale, quilt-like sculptures comprised entirely of the aluminum wrappings from liquor bottles. The works take on this incredible life as it folds and ripples, mimicking a textile.

Artists and designers now claim back the right to work with rugged and raw natural materials like sand, twigs, carton, leather, raffia…, and create objects and art with  organic forms and  grainy, fibrous surface textures. On the photo, El Anatsui

organic forms and grainy, fibrous surface textures. On the photo, El Anatsui

El Anatsui is a Ghanian sculptor who creates sumptuous textile installations. Using thousands of found objects, he sews together vibrant tapestries of scrap metal and bottle caps, creating fluidity out of shrapnel and tradition. Rather than rigidly controlling the construction and mounting of each piece, he prefers to let it drape naturally, ever-changing to reflect its new surroundings. Utterly magnificent.

El Anatsui - Delta 2010 found aluminum and copper wire 15 ft. x 11 ft.