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One Duck Hung Low, 1991

Edition wall sculpture with lithography on Rives BFK paper and screenprinting on Plexiglas, cast aluminum object, and resin hand applied by the artists
42 × 41 × 3 in
106.7 × 104.1 × 7.6 cm
Edition of 50
This is part of a limited edition set.
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Los Angeles
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Edward and Nancy Reddin Kienholz
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Edward Kienholz’s collaboration with his wife Nancy Reddin Kienholz began in 1972, when they met in Los Angeles. Edward had been an active artist for decades prior to meeting Nancy, a photojournalist. In their collaboration, the Kienholzes further developed the quasi-autobiographical, assemblage installations that Edward was famous for. Together, they created the biggest and most ambitious installation either had ever produced: Hoerengracht (1983-88), a life-size rendition of a 1980s Amsterdam brothel district. In speaking about their work with her husband, Nancy once told a critic: “As Ed would have said, it’s always so much more fun when there are scandalized patrons.” Their works together have addressed issues of racial discrimination, women’s rights, and the Vietnam War.

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Edward and Nancy Reddin Kienholz
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Edward Kienholz’s collaboration with his wife Nancy Reddin Kienholz began in 1972, when they met in Los Angeles. Edward had been an active artist for decades prior to meeting Nancy, a photojournalist. In their collaboration, the Kienholzes further developed the quasi-autobiographical, assemblage installations that Edward was famous for. Together, they created the biggest and most ambitious installation either had ever produced: Hoerengracht (1983-88), a life-size rendition of a 1980s Amsterdam brothel district. In speaking about their work with her husband, Nancy once told a critic: “As Ed would have said, it’s always so much more fun when there are scandalized patrons.” Their works together have addressed issues of racial discrimination, women’s rights, and the Vietnam War.

One Duck Hung Low, 1991

Edition wall sculpture with lithography on Rives BFK paper and screenprinting on Plexiglas, cast aluminum object, and resin hand applied by the artists
42 × 41 × 3 in
106.7 × 104.1 × 7.6 cm
Edition of 50
This is part of a limited edition set.
Contact For Price
location
Los Angeles
Have a question? Read our FAQ.
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