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This photographic diary documents the creation of the INVERTED COLLAR and TIE sculpture by Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen. The publication shows the link between the creative process co-existing with technology. A team of specialists worked on the sculpture which bears the unmistakable signature of the artist, while being forcefully created in the age of industrial production. The creation of the form is illustrated and the ideas behind it explained by the artists from the original prototype to finished sculpture which is displayed in front of the DG BANK headquarters in Frankfurt. This is a fascinating visual narrative which provides exciting insights into the developement process., English/German, Year1994, Illust. B/W, Illust. Color98, ISBN 3893226710, Code 2304. Hardbound, Not in perfect condition., Bios. Pages 119, Size 12 1/4"x9 1/4" 1.
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