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Floor #6 (Ancestor), 2011

Painted plaster
33 × 24 × 22 in
83.8 × 61 × 55.9 cm
location
New York
Johannes VanDerBeek
American, b. 1982
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Johannes VanDerBeek examines notions of time, transformation, and dreams in his sculptures, …

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Johannes VanDerBeek examines notions of time, transformation, and dreams in his sculptures, installations, and 2-D works. VanDerBeek avoids a personal or “signature” style, instead using unconventional mixed-media and eclectic installations to create layered sequences of allegory that encourage viewers to consider …

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Johannes VanDerBeek
American, b. 1982
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Johannes VanDerBeek examines notions of time, transformation, and dreams in his sculptures, …

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Johannes VanDerBeek examines notions of time, transformation, and dreams in his sculptures, installations, and 2-D works. VanDerBeek avoids a personal or “signature” style, instead using unconventional mixed-media and eclectic installations to create layered sequences of allegory that encourage viewers to consider …

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Floor #6 (Ancestor), 2011

Painted plaster
33 × 24 × 22 in
83.8 × 61 × 55.9 cm
location
New York
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