德拉哥.馬林.薛林納 DRAGO MARIN CHERINA (b.1949)

Born in Croatian, Drago Marin Cherina came from an old and well-known family of sculpture. He is now a prominent sculptor, painter and also an environment artist. He learned painting from S Sylwan and then learned sculpture from a great sculptor, Osakar Nemon and Henry Moore. Since late 1970s, Cherina has started making statues for celebrities, and by the end of 1990s, he has been committed to seek the balance and combination of sculpture and environment. Cherina has held exhibitions in morn than 100 galleries and museums in the world, and his works can also be seen at many public places. In 1990, he was invited to design the theme sculpture park of the International Flower Exposition in Japan, In 2000, he undertook design projects both for Sydney 2000 Summer Olympic Games and the King Cross landmark construction.

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