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Brian Jungen

Fore Revolver Reverse, 2011

Side Shell Rocker, American elk hide, tarred twine, steel, granite
62 1/2 × 23 1/2 × 29 3/4 in
158.8 × 59.7 × 75.6 cm
location
New York
Brian Jungen
Canadian, b. 1970
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Best known for depicting traditional First Nation objects—like totems and masks—using ordinary …

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Best known for depicting traditional First Nation objects—like totems and masks—using ordinary objects such as golf bags and Nike Air Jordan sneakers, Brian Jungen fuses his interest in contemporary issues like consumerism with his Dane-zaa heritage. For a 2011 exhibition, Jungen continued this juxtaposition of …

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Brian Jungen
Canadian, b. 1970
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Best known for depicting traditional First Nation objects—like totems and masks—using ordinary …

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Best known for depicting traditional First Nation objects—like totems and masks—using ordinary objects such as golf bags and Nike Air Jordan sneakers, Brian Jungen fuses his interest in contemporary issues like consumerism with his Dane-zaa heritage. For a 2011 exhibition, Jungen continued this juxtaposition of …

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Brian Jungen

Fore Revolver Reverse, 2011

Side Shell Rocker, American elk hide, tarred twine, steel, granite
62 1/2 × 23 1/2 × 29 3/4 in
158.8 × 59.7 × 75.6 cm
location
New York
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