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Jean Tinguely

Peut-etre No. II, 1959

Metal mobile relief, motorized
28 × 28 3/4 in
71.1 × 73 cm
location
New York
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ARS/Art Resource
New York

Gift of Philip Johnson, 1963

Gift of Philip Johnson, 1963

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Albright-Knox Art Gallery / Art Resource, NY / Tinguely, Jean (1925-1991) © ARS, NY
Jean Tinguely
Swiss, 1925–1991
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A pioneer of kinetic sculpture, Jean Tinguely worked in the Dada tradition, satirizing industrial …

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A pioneer of kinetic sculpture, Jean Tinguely worked in the Dada tradition, satirizing industrial society’s overproduction of material with his complex assemblages of metal and machinery. Of his most renowned kinetic sculpture, Homage to New York (1960), Tinguely said, “it’s a sculpture, it’s a picture, it’s an …

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Gift of Philip Johnson, 1963

Gift of Philip Johnson, 1963

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Albright-Knox Art Gallery / Art Resource, NY / Tinguely, Jean (1925-1991) © ARS, NY
Jean Tinguely
Swiss, 1925–1991
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A pioneer of kinetic sculpture, Jean Tinguely worked in the Dada tradition, satirizing industrial …

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A pioneer of kinetic sculpture, Jean Tinguely worked in the Dada tradition, satirizing industrial society’s overproduction of material with his complex assemblages of metal and machinery. Of his most renowned kinetic sculpture, Homage to New York (1960), Tinguely said, “it’s a sculpture, it’s a picture, it’s an …

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Jean Tinguely

Peut-etre No. II, 1959

Metal mobile relief, motorized
28 × 28 3/4 in
71.1 × 73 cm
location
New York
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