Sculptor Yoko Kubrick’s Mythic Marble Works

Chiseled from Carrara or Calacatta marble, works that highlight attributes from Greek mythology

Yoko Kubrick retells extravagant stories from myths and lore without relying on realism. Her abstract marble sculptures impress and nearly intimidate. They’re otherworldly in a way that leaves viewers wondering just how they were made. Though based in San Francisco, Kubrick has worked in Tuscany since she became enamored with the town Pietrasanta, known for being the source of much of Michelangelo’s marble. There, she …