With a prolific career spanning over fifty years, Claes Oldenburg has made a radical contribution to the history of sculpture by rethinking its materials, forms, and subject matter. This exhibition is devoted to the artist’s soft sculptures, a body of work that he began developing in 1962. Published as a booklet, this catalogue features an extended essay by exhibition curator Tamara H. Schenkenberg; full-color reproductions of the works on view; and an essay by Oldenburg that was originally published in 1970.
The Ordinary Must Not Be Dull: Claes Oldenburg’s Soft SculpturesJul 29, 2016
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