Lyuba Sofronieva – Behind The Puzzle

source : http://www.artquid.com/artist/lyuba.sofronieva/lyuba-sofronieva.html
30 x 42 cm / 11.8 x 16.5 in

Vincent blue pants – jigsaw

source : http://sallybohan.blogspot.fr/2010/07/lim-art-artist-postcards.html

title: jigsaw
artist: Vincent blue pants
pub.date: 1970

Alighiero Boetti – Jigsaw

source : http://www.tate.org.uk/context-comment/articles/one-most-important-days-my-life

Alighiero Boetti
Jigsaw from a series produced in 1994 for Austrian Airlines based on one of Boetti’s works, Cieli ad alta quota (High skies) 1993

David Maroto – Illusion – Disillusion

source : http://davidmaroto.wordpress.com/2012/02/18/illusion-disillusion/

Solo exhibition in Artium, museum of contemporary art of Vitoria (Spain)

fabien souche – la plage

source : http://arnoworld.over-blog.com/article-55eme-salon-d-art-contemporain-a-montrouge-50347170.html

(The beach)

Puzzles sur carton, cadre
Puzzles on cardboard, frame
50 x 42 cm – 2007

Private collection – Guignes/France

 

Pierre Fouché – The Distance Between Us I

source : http://www.pierrefouche.net

Pierre Fouché. The Distance Between Us I (2003) Acrylic and pen on found cardboard puzzle, 1350x1950mm. Corporate collection.

Pavel Cazenove – Minka

source : http://www.pavelc.com

Minka, 2012

Puzzle, caisse bois, LEDs (livré avec sa clé de coffre contenant la pièce manquante)

30 x 40 x 3 cm

 

Bethan Huws – Puzzle

source : http://www.galerie-tschudi.ch/artists/bethan-huws/
Installation view, 2006, Museum of Contemporary Arts, Serralves PortoPuzzle, 2008
Stainless steel
Edition of 3
40 x 52 x 2.5 cm
Apolinère, 2008
Silk-screen print on toothpaste box
Edition of 3
4.2 x 17.7 x 3.4 cm

samuel buckman – Puzzle

source : http://samubu.canalblog.com/archives/2010/04/21/17647301.html

Puzzle – 2010 (pièce de puzzle trouvé)

 

Peter Miller – Portraitself

source : http://www.petermiller.info/portraitself.html

Portraitself, adjusted puzzle, 8.5″ x 11″, 20×30 cm, 2009

 

Félix González-Torres Untitled (Ross and Harry)

Untitled (Ross and Harry) 1991 C-Print jigsaw puzzle in plastic bag

Peter Miller – Nowhereplace-like home

source : http://www.petermiller.info/glassmoog.html

 

Nowhereplace-like home, adjusted puzzle, 8.5″ x 11″, 20×30 cm, 2009

The word ‘Utopia’ means: nowhere-place.

François Szabowski

source : http://www.auxforgesdevulcain.fr/actualites/entretien-avec-francois-szabowski/

 

the glue society creative collective – the missing piece

source : http://www.designboom.com

http://www.gluesociety.com

forming part of the australia project ’the missing piece’ of 2010 – which set out to provoke debate about the current state of the nation- is a jigsaw puzzle sculpture. it was transported around the country and photographed in various empty landscapes. its aim to suggest something significant is missing from our everyday culture.

 

Jean-Marc Mathieu-Lajoie – Naufrage

2002, casse-tête Falcon, 184×115 cm, prêt de l’artiste; crédit photographique:

Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec

sandra aubry et sebastien bour – No signal

No signal, 2011

Impression sur puzzle contrecollé sur Dibond
70 x 44 cm
5 exemplaires numérotés et signés dont 2 épreuves d’artiste
Avec le soutien de l’Agence Culturelle Départementale Dordogne-Périgord et l’association Zap’art

Geherd – Puzzle Noir

Puzzle Noir – manque 1 P. sur fond Blanc – ND

jerome allaven

http://www.jeromeallavena.com

Yann Sérandour – Convergence

Yann Sérandour
Convergence, 2009-2013

Magazine, puzzle, carton de conservation, capot plexiglas (97 x 67 x 5 cm)

En 1964, l’éditeur américain Springbok reproduisait le tableau de Jackson Pollock Convergence (1952) sous la forme d’un puzzle vendu alors comme « The World’s Most Difficult Jigsaw Puzzle ». En septembre 1972, Lawrence Alloway signait dans le magazine Artforum l’article « Network: The Art World Described as a System » illustré par un fragment de ce même puzzle. L’œuvre devient ici le plateau de jeu sur lequel le puzzle original est réassemblé autour des morceaux reproduits sur la page. Y convergent les objets à travers lesquels l’art d’une époque se distribue et se consomme, se commente et s’échange.

Daniel Webby – Costa Concordia

source : http://eyecontactsite.com/2012/09/trio-as-of-limit

 

Daniel Webby, Costa Concordia, 2012, jigsaw puzzle pieces, clay, plaster, cardboard, aluminium prop. Photo: Xin Cheng

 

Daniel Webby‘s sculptures are more opaque in their intention, and less retinally alluring. His works are ‘raw’ in the sense that they emphasise the rough unpainted surfaces of the materials used and focus on creative thinkers like Buckminster Fuller (there is bamboo geodesic dome that contains a lecture space for social interaction) and Jean Luc Godard.

Godard’s 2010 film Socialism features the luxury liner Costa Concordia that later got wrecked off the coast of Italy. This ship provides the name for one of Webby’s sculptures, a precariously propped up ‘screen’ made of thick plaster and clay. One side is of curved and bulbous wave shapes that look like combed ice cream or crunchy meringue. Its back has embedded in its surface assorted pieces of a jigsaw, some connected and ‘legible’, of what looks like Mt. Fuji.

There is an implication here that just as one day Mt. Fuji, a volcano, will re-erupt, so will the extravagant lifestyle that luxury liners like the Costa Concordia and Titanic represent inevitably collapse. In other words, another bloody communist revolution is a palpable reality – not a fanciful pipe dream.