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Pairing found objects and unexpected bases, Nicole Cherubini leads viewers to reconsider their conception of modern sculpture. From an early interest in Mexican and Turkish ceramics, to a later series of pots composed of furs and chains, her choice of materials often blurs the boundaries separating craft and decor. Cherubini simultaneously references the history of her material and disrupts form and function of fetishized objects in society.

Selected exhibitions
2019
Hidden HourMindy Solomon Gallery
2014
NYC Makers: The MAD BiennialMuseum of Arts and Design
Project Gallery: Nicole Cherubini, 500Pérez Art Museum Miami (PAMM)
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Queen, 2018

Earthenware, paper clay, glaze, acrylic paint, powder-coated aluminum, magic sculpt, PC-11, steel rod, wing nuts
84 1/2 × 27 × 23 1/2 in
214.6 × 68.6 × 59.7 cm
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Location
Los Angeles
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Medium

Pairing found objects and unexpected bases, Nicole Cherubini leads viewers to reconsider their conception of modern sculpture. From an early interest in Mexican and Turkish ceramics, to a later series of pots composed of furs and chains, her choice of materials often blurs the boundaries separating craft and decor. Cherubini simultaneously references the history of her material and disrupts form and function of fetishized objects in society.

Selected exhibitions (3)
Other works from Forms Fired
Other works from Shoshana Wayne Gallery
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