5 Incredible Pop Sculptures by American Artist Claes Oldenburg
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Claes Oldenburg is a Swedish-born artist widely known for his everyday-object Sculptures.
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Here are the five incredible sculptures by him.
It is one of the bizarre sculpture made on the ground of Rockefeller Center, New York. It is made of aluminum and stainless steel.
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This is a sculpture of Clothespin that was made of Cor-Ten steel with height of 45 foot. It was commissioned by Jack Wolgin in May 1974.
Bottle of Notes
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Bottle of Notes was created by Oldenburg & his wife (Coosje van Bruggen). It was first unveiled to public in 1993. You can visit it at MIMA, Middlesbrough, England.
Here's another sculpture by the artist & his wife. This sculpture was created in June 2006, in the exteroir of the Denver Art Museum, Colorado. It was made from aluminum, stainless steel & fiber-reinforced plastic.
This sculpture is made on top corners of the shopping mall Neumarkt Galerie, Germany. It was commissioned by the owners of the mall.
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