The Moment of Losing Balance – Award Winning Work by Chinese Sculptor Liu Song


Bronze sculpture -limited edition one of 999 by Sculptor Liu Song with the Certificate

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Limited Edition: 1 of 999,
++ Wet Signature on the Certificate by Artist Liu Song
Year: 2006
Published by S+ (Sina Sculpture+)

The sculpture is one of the 999 scaled-down limited edition (Width 18cm x Depth 9.5cm x Height 10cm) from the original one (Width 70.5cm x Depth 37.2cm x Height 41.5cm). In order to guarantee its artistic value, a limited edition with the artist’s signature is launched. Each product will have a number,and the lower the number,the higher the collection value.

The Moment of Losing Balance 《失衡的瞬间》 sculptured by the Artist, depicted the moment when the bodies of the wrestlers leaned down and lost the balance during the wrestling.

Olympic Sculptures Exhibition Held In Beijing
BEIJING, CHINA – JUNE 23: Visitors rest beside the work themed “The Moment of Losing Balance” by Chinese sculptor Liu Song at the Olympic Sculptures Exhibition at Wangfujing Street on June 23, 2006 in Beijing, China. About 290 pieces of work from nearly 90 countries are shown at the tour exhibition which is part of the 4th Beijing 2008 Olympic Cultural Festival activities. 


Awards:Five Rings Award of Olympic from China Olympic Landscape Sculpture Competition, 2006

Exhibition Records:
After his award the sculpture “The Moment of Losing balance” was selected to participate in 18 cities exhibitions including the United Nations Headquarters in New York, London, Seoul, Lausanne, Rome, Barcelona, ​​Washington, Moscow, etc.

Auction Records:
Auction for Small Draft by China Guardian Spring Auction of 2010, Number 3/8.

Collected by Beijing Olympic Organisation Committee, 2008

Artist: Liu Song 刘松
Liu Song graduated from the Chinese National Academy of Arts in 2012 with a Ph.D.
Deputy Director of China City Sculpture Construction Committee
Deputy Director of the Academic Department of The Art Committee
A member of the Chinese Sculpture Society
A Member of the Chinese Artists Association

Public sculptures by Liu Song are permanently displayed in the international sculpture parks in the Province Capitals in China such as Guangzhou, Tianjin, Fuzhou, and Changbai Mountain.

Country of Origin Beijing, China

Dimensions for Each Sculpture
Width 18cm x Depth 9.5cm x Height 10cm


Care Instructions
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Additional information

Weight 9.2 kg
Dimensions 18 × 10 × 10 cm