Meret Oppenheim, ‘Glove  for  Parkett 4’, 1985, Alternate Projects
Meret Oppenheim, ‘Glove  for  Parkett 4’, 1985, Alternate Projects
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Meret Oppenheim

Glove for Parkett 4, 1985

A pair of goat suede gloves with screenprint and hand stitching housed within the Deluxe Edition of Parkett magazine, No. 4
5 5/8 × 3 1/2 in
14.3 × 8.9 cm
Edition 110/150
This is part of a limited edition set.
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Hand in glove. Realizing an original design from 1936—the year of the creation of the famous …

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Hand in glove. Realizing an original design from 1936—the year of the creation of the famous “Furlined Teacup”—the demurely savage chic of these gloves turns the hands of the wearer inside out.__Parkett

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Each glove signed on the inside with black ink
Meret Oppenheim
German-Swiss, 1913–1985
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A central figure in Surrealism, Meret Oppenheim painted dream narratives and impossible …

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A central figure in Surrealism, Meret Oppenheim painted dream narratives and impossible juxtapositions of everyday objects to explore female sexuality, identity, and exploitation. She famously posed for Man Ray’s Erotique voilée (1933), instantly becoming an object of romantic idealization to the Surrealists for her …

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Meret Oppenheim, ‘Glove  for  Parkett 4’, 1985, Alternate Projects
Meret Oppenheim, ‘Glove  for  Parkett 4’, 1985, Alternate Projects
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About the work
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Hand in glove. Realizing an original design from 1936—the year of the creation of the famous …

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Hand in glove. Realizing an original design from 1936—the year of the creation of the famous “Furlined Teacup”—the demurely savage chic of these gloves turns the hands of the wearer inside out.__Parkett

Signature
Each glove signed on the inside with black ink
Meret Oppenheim
German-Swiss, 1913–1985
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A central figure in Surrealism, Meret Oppenheim painted dream narratives and impossible …

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A central figure in Surrealism, Meret Oppenheim painted dream narratives and impossible juxtapositions of everyday objects to explore female sexuality, identity, and exploitation. She famously posed for Man Ray’s Erotique voilée (1933), instantly becoming an object of romantic idealization to the Surrealists for her …

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Meret Oppenheim

Glove for Parkett 4, 1985

A pair of goat suede gloves with screenprint and hand stitching housed within the Deluxe Edition of Parkett magazine, No. 4
5 5/8 × 3 1/2 in
14.3 × 8.9 cm
Edition 110/150
This is part of a limited edition set.
Sold
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