Sculpture Mediums

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  • 1. Different Mediums in Sculpture
  • 2. Alexander Calder Sumac II 1952 Untitled 1942 Sheet Metal
  • 3. Pierced Stone 1944 Bronze Chat (Cat) 1940 Snake on Arch 1944 Alexander Calder
  • 4. Silver Jewelry Bracelet 1940 Fish Pin 1940 Earrings 1940 Alexander Calder
  • 5. The Little Fourteen-Year-Old Dancer , 19th–20th century (executed ca. 1880; cast in 1922) By Edgar Degas (1834–1917); Cast by A. A. Hébrard Made in Paris, France This sculpture was one of the first multi-media sculptures ever made. Degas used bronze for the body of the sculpture, and then added a cotton skirt, and a satin hair ribbon.
  • 6. Anthony Caro (British, born 1924) Odalisque , 1984 Steel; H. 77, W. 96, D. 60-1/2 in.
  • 7. Constantin Brancusi (French, born Romania, 1876–1957) Bird in Space , 1923 Marble (with base) H. 56-3/4, Diam. 6-1/2 in
  • 8. Alberto Giacometti (Swiss, 1901–1966) Bronze Three Men Walking (II) , 1949
  • 9. Fernando and Humberto Campa Vermelha Armchair. 1993 Stainless steel and cotton rope, 31 1/3 x 31 1/3 x 23 1/2" (80 x 80 x 60 cm) Manufactured by Edra Mazzei, Pisa, Italy Many of the works by Campana selected for this exhibition are humorous variations on the modernist chair. In this series of three chairs named Azul (blue), Vermelha (red), and Verde (green). Fernando and Humberto Campana transform a standard metal chair by patiently and amorously lacing colorful cotton rope around and through its structure.
  • 10. Bubble-Wrap Chair. 1995 Chromed iron and bubble wrap sheets, 43 1/4 x 23 1/2 x 27 1/3" (110 x 60 x 70 cm) Fernando and Humberto Campa
  • 11. Garden-Hose chair. 1995 Chromed iron and plastic garden hose, 35 1/3 x 23 1/2 x 23 1/2" Fernando and Humberto Campa
  • 12. Sculpture Screen. 1993 Aluminum tubes and aluminum wire, 78 1/2 x 78 1/2 x 31 1/3 Fernando and Humberto Campa
  • 13. Inflating Table. 1996 PVC and aluminum, 17 1/2 x 15 1/2" diameter Fernando and Humberto Campa
  • 14. Bookshelf unit. 1997 Aluminum, 55 1/12 x 55 1/12 x 11 2/3" Fernando and Humberto Campa
  • 15. Cone Chair. 1997 Stainless steel and clear polycarbonate, Fernando and Humberto Campa
  • 16. http://www.moma.org/exhibitions/2007/serra/ http://www.moma.org/exhibitions/2001/giacometti/index.html Look at two additional exhibits at the links below.