Tom Friedman, ‘Untitled’, 1995, Sotheby's
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Tom Friedman

Untitled, 1995

Ink on unique c-print
36 × 21 in
91.4 × 53.3 cm
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Property from the Jacqueline Fowler Collection

Executed in 1995.

Property from the Jacqueline Fowler Collection

Executed in 1995.

Tom Friedman
American, b. 1965
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Tom Friedman’s sculpture is recognizable for its highly inventive and idiosyncratic use of …

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Tom Friedman’s sculpture is recognizable for its highly inventive and idiosyncratic use of materials like Styrofoam, foil, paper, clay, wire, plastic, hair, and fuzz. Working autobiographically, Friedman uses painstaking, labor-intensive methods to recreate seemingly random elements from his life. In each piece, he …

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Tom Friedman, ‘Untitled’, 1995, Sotheby's
Tom Friedman, ‘Untitled’, 1995, Sotheby's
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About the work
Exhibition history
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Provenance
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Sotheby's

Property from the Jacqueline Fowler Collection

Executed in 1995.

Property from the Jacqueline Fowler Collection

Executed in 1995.

Tom Friedman
American, b. 1965
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Tom Friedman’s sculpture is recognizable for its highly inventive and idiosyncratic use of …

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Tom Friedman’s sculpture is recognizable for its highly inventive and idiosyncratic use of materials like Styrofoam, foil, paper, clay, wire, plastic, hair, and fuzz. Working autobiographically, Friedman uses painstaking, labor-intensive methods to recreate seemingly random elements from his life. In each piece, he …

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Tom Friedman

Untitled, 1995

Ink on unique c-print
36 × 21 in
91.4 × 53.3 cm
Bidding closed