Erwin Wurm, ‘Fat Car (Convertible)’, 2004/2005, Sculpture, Styropor, Fiberglass, Polyurethan and Polyester Paint, Galerie Kovacek & Zetter
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Erwin Wurm

Fat Car (Convertible), 2004/2005

Styropor, Fiberglass, Polyurethan and Polyester Paint
12 4/5 × 40 1/2 × 24 3/5 in
32.4 × 102.9 × 62.6 cm
Edition 9/10
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Erwin Wurm
Austrian, b. 1954
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Erwin Wurm’s eclectic practice—incorporating sculpture, performance, photography, video, and installation—is unified by a combination of formal concerns and a sense of humor. In a sculptural series featuring works including Big Gulp Lying (2010), Wurm depicts anonymous human figures entangled in sweaters and other clothing items, creating a silhouette that is both perplexing and grotesque. Wurm also encourages viewer participation in many of his works, such as in Confessional (2003), a sculpture resembling a dog house with head-size holes on either side into which viewers are encouraged to insert their heads.

Erwin Wurm, ‘Fat Car (Convertible)’, 2004/2005, Sculpture, Styropor, Fiberglass, Polyurethan and Polyester Paint, Galerie Kovacek & Zetter
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Hand-signed by artist, signed, dated and numbered on the bottom: E. Wurm 2004/5 9/10
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Erwin Wurm
Austrian, b. 1954
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Erwin Wurm’s eclectic practice—incorporating sculpture, performance, photography, video, and installation—is unified by a combination of formal concerns and a sense of humor. In a sculptural series featuring works including Big Gulp Lying (2010), Wurm depicts anonymous human figures entangled in sweaters and other clothing items, creating a silhouette that is both perplexing and grotesque. Wurm also encourages viewer participation in many of his works, such as in Confessional (2003), a sculpture resembling a dog house with head-size holes on either side into which viewers are encouraged to insert their heads.

Erwin Wurm

Fat Car (Convertible), 2004/2005

Styropor, Fiberglass, Polyurethan and Polyester Paint
12 4/5 × 40 1/2 × 24 3/5 in
32.4 × 102.9 × 62.6 cm
Edition 9/10
.
Contact For Price
Certificate
Certificate of authenticity
This work includes a certificate of authenticity.
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