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Nana Machine, 1976

Resin, painted on a steel base and electric engine.
Edition of 150
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Koller Auctions

Height 43.8 cm.Hight 43.8 cm.Catalogue raisonné: Bischofberger, no. 353.Niki de Saint Phalle and …

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Height 43.8 cm.Hight 43.8 cm.Catalogue raisonné: Bischofberger, no. 353.Niki de Saint Phalle and Jean Tinguely worked together from 1960. The first joint projects at this time were the so-called “Assemblages”, initiated by Niki de Saint Phalle, in which materials, paper and wire were painted, shaped and glued and then …

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Niki de Saint Phalle
French, 1930–2002
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An enfant terrible ever trying to escape the bourgeois existence into which she was born, Niki de …

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An enfant terrible ever trying to escape the bourgeois existence into which she was born, Niki de Saint-Phalle taught herself painting and rose to artistic prominence through her colorful monumental outdoor sculptures of extravagantly voluptuous female figures. Early in her career, she became known for the abstract …

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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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About the work
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Koller Auctions

Height 43.8 cm.Hight 43.8 cm.Catalogue raisonné: Bischofberger, no. 353.Niki de Saint Phalle and …

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Height 43.8 cm.Hight 43.8 cm.Catalogue raisonné: Bischofberger, no. 353.Niki de Saint Phalle and Jean Tinguely worked together from 1960. The first joint projects at this time were the so-called “Assemblages”, initiated by Niki de Saint Phalle, in which materials, paper and wire were painted, shaped and glued and then …

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Niki de Saint Phalle
French, 1930–2002
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An enfant terrible ever trying to escape the bourgeois existence into which she was born, Niki de …

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An enfant terrible ever trying to escape the bourgeois existence into which she was born, Niki de Saint-Phalle taught herself painting and rose to artistic prominence through her colorful monumental outdoor sculptures of extravagantly voluptuous female figures. Early in her career, she became known for the abstract …

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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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Nana Machine, 1976

Resin, painted on a steel base and electric engine.
Edition of 150
Bidding closed
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