Japantown’s new ‘decordovan’ sculpture will be the most expensive in the world
JAPANTOWN — A new Japontown sculpture that will be more than the most valuable piece in the park will go on display at the Decordova Sculpture Park in Russia this spring.
The new sculpture, by Russian artist Nikolai Vavilov, is made of steel, bronze and glass, which is painted and mounted in metal.
It is a collaboration with local artist and designer Vyacheslav Stoyanov, who is based in the Russian city of Pskov.
Stoyanovsky is also known for the sculptures that hang at his gallery in Moscow called “Odd-mannered Man,” which he created in 2009 and 2013.
The sculpture is one of the largest pieces of work by Stoyantov that has been made in Russia.
The piece has an average height of 3.3 feet (1.5 meters).
Stoyanyov’s latest work is called “The Decorator.”
The Decordovan is the largest of Stoyancov’s sculptures that have been designed to be as large as 1,000 feet (305 meters).
It has an estimated value of more than $1 million.
It will go up for sale in 2019 at a Christie’s auction house in New York, but there’s no word on how much it will fetch.
The Decortovan sculpture is the latest in a series of work Stoyacov has done for Japantsart in Russia, including one for the New York Art Museum.