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LEONOR ANTUNES  random intersections #7  2012 10 stitched leather elements 134 x 24 inches

LEONOR ANTUNES random intersections 2012 10 stitched leather elements 134 x 24 inches

Africa | Stitch and tie resist indigo dyed textile | 1950s | Cotton, with bast fibre ties

Africa, Stitch and tie resist indigo dyed textile, Cotton, with bast fibre ties.

Leonor Antunes: Assembled, moved, re-arranged and scrapped continuously I

Leonor Antunes: Assembled, moved, re-arranged and scrapped continuously I

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The last, most startling and most impressive work is "Untitled (Rope Piece)," of 1970, made as Ms. Hesse was dying, finished with the help of friends. Of latex over rope, string and wire, it is a t...

Eva Hesse “Untitled (Rope Piece)” 1970

Eva Hesse No title 1970 Latex, rope, string, and wire, dimensions variable.

Monika Sosnowska - "1:1" Amazing sculptural installation. Blocking action around/inside it would be awesome. Reminiscent of fire escapes and skeletal frame construction

The Modern Institute / Exhibitions / Monika Sosnowska: The Polish Pavilion, Venice Biennale, 2007 / Images

Leonor Antunes at Marc Foxx

Leonor Antunes at Marc Foxx (Contemporary Art Daily)

Magali Reus

By using complex techniques to process a variety of synthetic materials alongside fabrics and leather, Magali Reus has created sculptural forms that .

Leonor Antunes: The last days in chimalistac, 2013

Contemporary art gallery located on Wilshire Boulevard in Los Angeles

"Round midnight", Emmanuel Saulnier en el  #PalaisdeTokyio #Paris #Exposición "Black Dancing" #Arte #Art #ArteContemporáneo #ContemporArt  #Arterecord 2017 https://twitter.com/arterecord

"Round midnight", Emmanuel Saulnier en el #PalaisdeTokyio #Paris #Exposición "Black Dancing" #Arte #Art #ArteContemporáneo #ContemporArt #Arterecord 2017 https://twitter.com/arterecord

Theo Jansen

Theo Janssen invents mechanical kinetic 'creatures' that are powered often by wind or similar means. This is a hommage to him.

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