Claes Oldenburg

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United States sculptor (born in Sweden)

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A wide range of subjects, from flowers to optical equipment, feature in the drawings, where draughtsmanship is a top priority-the artist cites David Hockney and Claes Oldenberg as influences.
I try not to get caught up in how things are made," says the artist, who cites wood artist Martin Puryear and Claes Oldenberg as having the most influence on his work.
Whereas Chiat Day's nearby Venice headquarters (AR May 1992), designed by Frank Gehry with monumental binoculars by Claes Oldenberg, are essentially an exercise in pop art applied to a conventional, territorially hierarchical office building, Shubin + Donaldson's design keeps nothing hidden, separating only the main conference room and a series of `war rooms' for collective brianstorming sessions.
This bonding-through-giving has extended in years past from the baroque (ice buckets inscribed "Merry Christmas, Burt Reynolds") to the urbane (Mike Ovitz sending a Claes Oldenberg lithograph).
Eye on the Sixties includes paintings, sculpture, drawings, and prints by artists such as Robert Arneson, Bruce Beasley, Fletcher Benton, Wallace Berman, Bruce Conner, Ronald Davis, Richard Diebenkorn, Sam Francis, Helen Frankenthaler, Robert Indiana, Jasper Johns, Philip Guston, Bruce Nauman, Claes Oldenberg, David Park, Robert Rauschenberg, Ed Ruscha, Frank Stella, Wayne Thiebaud, and William T.
Though Abstract Expressionists were the most established figures at the time, Gemini gravitated toward working with younger and underexposed artists--now all household names--including Man Ray, Josef Albers, Roy Lichtenstein, Claes Oldenberg, and Ed Ruscha.
Sculptors Claes Oldenberg and Coosje van Bruggen unveiled their controversial 35-foot Bottle Of Notes at Centre Square, Middlesbrough, in 1993.
processes, Teaberry has collaborated in producing prints with William Wiley, Claes Oldenberg, Christo and many others.
The spirit of transformation is reactivatedat the Guggenheim's ground level through the amazing ship, in the form of a gigantesque Swiss Army knife, dreamt into reality by the genius of Claes Oldenberg.