Collection

Bernard Kirschenbaum (American, 1924)
Twist for Max, 1974
Anodized aluminum

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Bernard Kirschenbaum (American, 1924)
Way Four, 1976
Stainless steel

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Philip Krejcarek (, )
Under Construction, 2010
Wood

*Temporary sculpture on view from 24 October 2010 - 31 August 2012.

Collaboration with Eddee Daniel.

More info: Inside/Outside: Eddee Daniel + Philip Krejcarek

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Alexander Liberman (American, b. Kiev, 1912 - 1999)
Axeltree, 1967
7’ x 12’ x 9’9”
Painted steel

Alexander Liberman was born in Kiev, Russia (now Ukraine) in 1912. Liberman was a sculptor, painter, photographer, writer and editor. He is best known for his monumental sculptures and his long tenure as the editorial director of Condé Nast’s publications. Liberman spent his early years in Russia. During the Revolution his mother started the country’s first children’s theater, a development that fostered Liberman’s interest in art. In 1921 the family moved to London where young Alexander attended school. Four years later, the family relocated to Paris.

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Alexander Liberman (American, b. Kiev, 1912 - 1999)
Orbits, 1967
61” x 64” x 27”
Painted steel

Alexander Liberman was born in Kiev, Russia (now Ukraine) in 1912. Liberman was a sculptor, painter, photographer, writer and editor. He is best known for his monumental sculptures and his long tenure as the editorial director of Condé Nast’s publications. Liberman spent his early years in Russia. During the Revolution his mother started the country’s first children’s theater, a development that fostered Liberman’s interest in art. In 1921 the family moved to London where young Alexander attended school. Four years later, the family relocated to Paris.

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Alexander Liberman (American, b. Kiev, 1912 - 1999)
Ritual II, 1966
34’ x 5’ x 5’
Painted steel

Alexander Liberman was born in Kiev, Russia (now Ukraine) in 1912. Liberman was a sculptor, painter, photographer, writer and editor. He is best known for his monumental sculptures and his long tenure as the editorial director of Condé Nast’s publications. Liberman spent his early years in Russia. During the Revolution his mother started the country’s first children’s theater, a development that fostered Liberman’s interest in art. In 1921 the family moved to London where young Alexander attended school. Four years later, the family relocated to Paris.

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Heinz Mack (Macht) (German, 1931)
Knife Tree, 1966
Chrome-plated steel

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Heinz Mack (Macht) (German, 1931)
Three Graces "Thalia" "Aglaia" and "Euphrosyne", 1965
Stainless steel

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Tobias Madison (Swiss, 1985)
Bora Bora Structure for Lynden Sculpture Garden, Milwaukee, 2011
Rope, bamboo, carabiners

*Indoors for the winter.

Collaboration with Kaspar Müller.

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Gerhardt Marcks (German, 1889 - 1981)
Bremen Town Musicians, 1951
Bronze

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