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Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen ~ Saw, Sawing, 1996 (steel, epoxy resin, fiber-reinforced plastic)

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Day 6: Claes Oldenburg

Dropped Cone by Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen located at Neumarkt Galerie, Cologne, Germany

Claes Oldenburg. Hmm remarkably close to George Wylie's Rottenrow maternity safety pin...

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Claes Oldenburg "Floor cake". Synthetic polymer paint and latex on canvas filled with foam rubber and cardboard boxes. 1962

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Oldenburg and Bruggen giant fork even over denken dat we goed moeten zijn met de natuur dat we nog steeds kunnen eten uit de zee this photo looks very calm due to the mountains in the background, i like the way they have made the photo more creative by putting a large fork in the middle of the sea.

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Pop Sculptor

Claes Oldenburg, "Clothespin," 1976, Philadelphia. © 1976 Claes Oldenburg. Photo by Attilio Maranzano. | Pop Sculptor previous 1 / 4 next Over the past six decades, Claes Oldenburg, 82, has built an international reputation by transforming everyday objects like clothespins, hamburgers and electrical outlets into soft or oversized sculptures.

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Claes Oldenburg - Free Stamp 01 by Peter Michel, via Flickr

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Claes Oldenburg, Soft Toilet, 1966. Wood, vinyl, kapok fibers, wire, plexiglass on metal stand and painted wood base, 55 1/2 × 28 1/4 × 30 in. (141 × 71.8 × 76.2 cm). Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; 50th Anniversary Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Victor W. Ganz 79.83a-b

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