'Crow' commission for International Corporate Art (ICA) based in Norway. This piece will be installed on a new international cruise liner.
Ben Foster is currently collaborating with Benjamin J. Fischer on a new sculpture series. The collaboration will take place in Switzerland, and will be exhibited as a solo show in Zürich. The ‘Bear and Ballerina’ marks the first work in this exciting new series to be exhibited in Zürich, Switzerland early 2019.
In his latest work Ben Foster engages abstract geometric form to capture various creatures, with immaculately constructed sculptures in coated aluminium that are playful and instantly familiar. Spectrum shows works of increasing subtlety, as Foster draws contrast between light and shade, human and animal, predator and prey.
Sanderson Contemporary Art, Newmarket, New Zealand
25 October - 6 November 2016
Featuring the work of 14 artists with a connection to the Hawke’s Bay region, in an eclectic show that celebrates the way each artist makes something unique of their inspirations, materials and influences. Birch/Bruce/Bryant/Courtillé/Dawson/Foster/Jameson/Matchitt/ Pearce/Poppelwell/Purvis/Scott/Scott/Terstappe
MTG Hawkes Bay Museum, Napier
Speedy by Ben Foster featured in Homestyle Magazine
A large new work based on the much loved GoodBoy work of 2012 commissioned by the The Morris and Gwendolyn Cafritz Foundation, U.S. will soon be installed in Washington D.C. This new commission stands at a colossal 2.5 meters tall and will be airfreighted to Washington D.C. for installation in early 2018.
See Newmarket's boutique precinct, Osborne Lane, come to life with a celebration of stunning major sculptural works. Sculpture in the Lanes is a rare opportunity to see stunning and dramatically-scaled works and interact with them in their intended outdoor environment. Sculpture in the Lanes will feature a life-size aluminium horse from Ben Foster, carbon fibre kinetic works from Ray Haydon, and many more.
Kaikoura, New Zealand-based sculptor Ben Foster creates modern, inorganic renderings of animals that boast a geometric design. Each sculpture in his portfolio, whether it be a seal balancing an invisible ball, a horse standing in place, or a dog howling at the moon, blurs the lines between the real and abstract. They also each incite spectators to shift their positions to get the full visual spectrum of their complex shape.
Read more at My Modern Met.com
There are two things that Ben Foster most certainly knows how to do well—create gorgeous industrial versions of animal silhouettes and compose a damn good photo. It's not just luck or coincidence, either. There's a reason his work looks so fantastic nestled among the lush New Zealand scenery.
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Stark white pieces of art never looked so inviting: New Zealand-based sculptor Ben Foster creates aluminum forms of animals using modern, geometric shapes. The sculptures are the same size as the real animals they portray, and Foster photographs them in picturesque spots in the New Zealand countryside.
Read more at The Verge www.thevergre.com