ARTWORKS > Public Art

Cuban stone sculpture symposium Sardinia hand carving public art by Aramis Justiz
Trachyte stone | Fordongianus, Italy
215 x 150 x 60 cm
2016
Cuban granite stone sculpture symposium Romania hand carving public art by Aramis Justiz
Andesite granite | Caransebes, Romania
385 x 130 x 100 cm
2015
Cuban travertine stone sculpture symposium Germany hand carving peace dove public art by Aramis Justiz
Marble | Mehmels, Germany
250 x 50 x 70 cm
2011
Cuban stone sculpture symposium Bayamo,Cuba hand carving armony filing public art by Aramis Justiz
Marble | Bayamo, Cuba
170 x 300 x 100 cm
2014
Cuban marble sculpture symposium Cuba hand carving hope feeling  public art by Aramis Justiz
Marble | Bayamo, Cuba
400 x 100 x 100 cm
2010
Cuban marble sculpture symposium Russia hand carving sensuality woman public art by Aramis Justiz
Marble | Penza, Russia
160 x 200 x 100 cm
2010
Cuba monumental marble sculpture commission hand carving couple dancing by Aramis Justiz
Marble | Havana, Cuba
400 x 270 x 130 cm
2010
Cuban marble sculpture symposium Cuba hand carving bird public art by Aramis Justiz
Marble | Manzanillo, Cuba
300 x 130 x 120 cm
2008
Cuban granite stone sculpture symposium Lithuania hand carving women sensuality public art by Aramis Justiz
Granite | Vilmoja, Lithuania
2008
Cuban marble sculpture symposium Cuba hand carving freedom feeling bird public art by Aramis Justiz
Marble | Bayamo, Cuba
415 x 300 x 100 cm
2006
Cuban marble sculpture commission Cuba hand carving decoration public art by Aramis Justiz
Marble | Havana, Cuba
215 x 50 x 40 cm
2006
Cuban marble sculpture symposium hand carving women sensuality decoration public art by Aramis Justiz
Marble | Las Tunas, Cuba
180 x 80 x 90 cm
2005
Cuban marble sculpture symposium Brazil hand carving bird flight freedom public art  decoration by Aramis Justiz
Marble | Brusque, Brazil
300 x 230 x 100 cm
2003

I think that public art is where sculpture has its greatest social impact, therefore its main importance as a means of disseminating conceptual and aesthetic ideas. A work that remains in a public place for a long period of time can achieve a relationship and sense of belonging in the community that is hard to achieve with any other type of work.

I arrived at public art through international sculpture symposiums and various institutional commissions that have allowed me to communicate with a wider spectrum of people with my work and to move beyond the limits of galleries and collections.

My large format sculptures are a reflection of the motivations my work has had in its different stages; they are closely related to the different series of works that I have created throughout my career.