Carl D'Alvia's post-pop resin, bronze, aluminum and marble sculptures range from the abstract and geometric to the figurative and anthropomorphic. The work often explores dichotomies such as minimal/ornate, industrial/handmade, and comic/tragic.
Carl D’Alvia (b. 1965 in Sleepy Hollow, New York) is a sculptor that lives and works in Connecticut and New York. D’Alvia won the Rome Prize in 2012. He has had numerous solo and group exhibitions internationally including Gleichapel in Paris, France; Operaunica in Rome, Italy; Derek Eller Gallery in New York; MARS Milano in Milan, Italy; G-Module in Paris, France; American Academy in Rome, Italy; The Rhode Island School of Design Museum in Providence, Rhode Island.