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Jean Tinguely

Proletkunst No. 4, 1989

Iron, wire, wood, cast-iron urn, electric motor, cement, pig skull, cow mandible, tree branch and electric tape
52 × 40 × 32 in
132.1 × 101.6 × 81.3 cm
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St. Moritz
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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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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

Proletkunst No. 4, 1989

Iron, wire, wood, cast-iron urn, electric motor, cement, pig skull, cow mandible, tree branch and electric tape
52 × 40 × 32 in
132.1 × 101.6 × 81.3 cm
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location
St. Moritz
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