Coderch Malavia is a duo located in Valencia and made up of Joan Coderch and Javier Malavia, Via My Modern Met
In 2015, Spanish sculptors Joan Coderch and Javier Malavia joined forces, pooling their talent to create Coderch & Malavia Sculptors. Together, they create powerful figures in three dimensions, expertly molding clay into dynamic bronze sculptures. Influenced by the classical sculpture of Rodin, Maillol, and Marini, their figurative work blends traditional techniques with modern attitudes.
The sculptors initially met while working for the same porcelain manufacturer. After discovering their common artistic goals, they decided to set forth and create their own studio. “Until then we did something that we liked, but somehow we did not feel accomplished, because our work was managed by third parties,” the sculptors tell My Modern Met. “That vertigo that the unknown produces, the transition from a comfortable situation to a very different one. . . It was like a jump to emptiness! But we did it without hesitation and we can say, today, that we are living the best stage of our lives on a professional level.”
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