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Mark Handforth

Capricorno 3, 2013

Cast metal horn, handlebars, candles, aluminium tube, concrete plinth / 29 x 92 x 44 cm approx. (sculpture) / 95,5 x 70 x 70 cm (plinth)
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Torino
Mark Handforth
American, b. 1964
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Known for his humorous sculptural appropriations of public objects, Mark Handforth has used a …

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Known for his humorous sculptural appropriations of public objects, Mark Handforth has used a breadth of subjects, including fire hydrants, stop signs, and even celestial forms, as in his Sinking Star (2004). Handforth uses tube lighting as a figurative sculptural medium, literally casting his subjects in a new light, …

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Known for his humorous sculptural appropriations of public objects, Mark Handforth has used a …

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Known for his humorous sculptural appropriations of public objects, Mark Handforth has used a breadth of subjects, including fire hydrants, stop signs, and even celestial forms, as in his Sinking Star (2004). Handforth uses tube lighting as a figurative sculptural medium, literally casting his subjects in a new light, …

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Mark Handforth

Capricorno 3, 2013

Cast metal horn, handlebars, candles, aluminium tube, concrete plinth / 29 x 92 x 44 cm approx. (sculpture) / 95,5 x 70 x 70 cm (plinth)
location
Torino
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