Paleolitic cave paintings from Altamira
and Lascaux.
  Sleipnir (Grafitti at Aloskogs, Gotland)

Faced with the creature, Macor tries to catch its noble savage and purified animal essence that stands in triumph by itself, and not in relationship to man. The horse has no rider and the bull is not out of a bullfight. Man appears only in an attempt at herding, tame or throw the wild animal who is the real protagonist.
The artist moulds for us the antonomastic Equus
and Taurus.
Peter Soehlke

«Those 11 horses are all of the same material, the same size, the same color… but, like in real life, there is always someone who arrives first, someone
who is the last, someone who is falling, someone restraining and some are fighting among one another…»
Aldo Macor
about «Life».

LIFE
(stampede of 11 horses)
WORK #106, 1992
Bronze

HORSE
(detail of «Life»)
WORK #106A, 1992
Bronze

HORSE
(detail of «Life»)
WORK # 106C, 1992
Bronze

HORSE
(detail of «Life»)
WORK # 106D, 1997
Bronze

HORSE
(detail of «Life»)
WORK # 106H, 1997
Bronze
HORSE
(detail of «Life»)
WORK # 106i, 1997
Bronze

THE LADY
WORK # 98, 1988
Bronze

PEGASUS
WORK # 96, 1988
Bronze
EQUESTRIAN FANTASY
WORK # 85, 1985
Bronze
EQUESTRIAN FANTASY
WORK # 85A, 1985
Bronze with green patina

FIGHT
WORK # 93, 1985
Bronze
GALLOPING HORSE
WORK # 83, 1983
Bronze
GALOPPING HORSE
WORK # 83a, 1983
Bronze with green patina

GALOPPING HORSE
WORK # 83b, 1983
Silver plated bronze
FALLEN FOAL
WORK # 77B, 1985
Silver plated bronze
THE BREAKING
WORK # 59, 1985
Bronze
SINGLE HORSE
(detail of «The Breaking»)
WORK # 59a, 1985
Bronze with green patina

SINGLE HORSE
(detail of «The Breaking»)
WORK # 59b, 1985
Silver plated bronze
ON ITS HINDS
WORK # 69, 1985
Bronze

HURT HORSE
WORK # 70, 1985
Bronze
SPACES
WORK # 92, 1985
Bronze

STANDING PONY
WORK # 76, 1985
Silver plated bronze

 

HORSE
WORK # 106J, 1985
Bronze with green patina
HORSE
WORK # 106K, 1985
Bronze with green patina