Claes Oldenburg


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Noun1.Claes Oldenburg - United States sculptor (born in Sweden); a leader of the pop art movement who was noted for giant sculptures of common objects (born in 1929)
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Although Dine's prominence in the New York art scene led him to befriend Pop Art figures including Claes Oldenburg and Roy Lichtenstein, his works strayed from the traditional subjects typically associated with that movement.
Introduce Claes Oldenburg to your students and when they see his outstanding, oversized sculptures they too will be on a roll!
In many instances, she placed on view early work by, among others, Larry Poons, Claes Oldenburg, Robert Morris, Bruce Nauman, and Peter Young that allowed visitors to her group show to see what Bellamy originally saw: raw talent.
Its collection includes pre-Hispanic goldwork and pottery; Felix Resurreccion Hidalgo paintings; Russian ikons; works by Filipino contemporary artists such as BenCab and Pacita Abad; prints by Jasper Johns, Henry Moore, Claes Oldenburg.
Where in the North would you find the Bottle O' Notes sculpture by Claes Oldenburg commemorating explorer Captain James Cook?
It includes pieces by Marcel Duchamp, Claes Oldenburg, Bridget Riley, Dorothea Tanning, Andy Warhol and Rachel Whiteread.
The Bottle of Notes by Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen sits in Centre Square near mima.
Me, too, Claes Oldenburg! If someone from the future
Each of its guest-room floors will be dedicated to a different artist (Claes Oldenburg, say, or Tracey Emin), and Leo Villareal, who created the dancing lights on San Francisco's Bay Bridge, is designing an LED installation for the hotel's entrance.
Crow pays due to the few women who entered its sphere, such as British painter Pauline Boty (whose career is one of the 'what ifs' of Pop: she died aged 28 in 1966); he elevates Pat Muschinski's role from that of Claes Oldenburg's wife to his collaborator.
Sculpture by Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen; Spoonbridge and Cherry 1985-1988; aluminum, stainless steel, paint.