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Al Taylor

Tin Can and Chopsticks – Tatlin and Malevich, 1993

Pencil, gouache and correction fluid on paper
14 2/5 × 11 in
36.5 × 28 cm
This is a unique work.
€10,000 - 15,000
location
Zurich
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Exhibition history
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Al Taylor
American, 1948–1999
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Al Taylor, who began as a painter and also worked as a set design assistant and studio assistant to

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Al Taylor, who began as a painter and also worked as a set design assistant and studio assistant to Robert Rauschenberg, made drawings and sculptures that blurred the boundaries between two- and three-dimensional space. A 1980 trip to Africa, where he saw children fashioning toys from trash, inspired him to make …

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About the work
Exhibition history
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Al Taylor
American, 1948–1999
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Al Taylor, who began as a painter and also worked as a set design assistant and studio assistant to

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Al Taylor, who began as a painter and also worked as a set design assistant and studio assistant to Robert Rauschenberg, made drawings and sculptures that blurred the boundaries between two- and three-dimensional space. A 1980 trip to Africa, where he saw children fashioning toys from trash, inspired him to make …

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Al Taylor

Tin Can and Chopsticks – Tatlin and Malevich, 1993

Pencil, gouache and correction fluid on paper
14 2/5 × 11 in
36.5 × 28 cm
This is a unique work.
€10,000 - 15,000
location
Zurich
Have a question? Read our FAQ.
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