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.

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Plantoir Blue

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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.

Big Sweep

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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.

Ice-cream Cone

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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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