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Day 6: Claes Oldenburg

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Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen.  	Spoonbridge and cherry. 1985-1988.  	Aluminum, stainless steel, paint

Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen. Spoonbridge and cherry. 1985-1988. Aluminum, stainless steel, paint

Floor Burger, Claes Oldenburg 1962

Floor Burger, Claes Oldenburg 1962

Giant objects. Claes Oldenburg is a Swedish sculptor who makes large replicas of everyday objects. He was born in 1929 and moved to Chicago in 1936. He went to Yale University and the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. He's been associated with the Pop Art movement since the 1960s. He created most of his sculptures in collaboration with his late wife Coosje van Bruggen. More here.

Giant objects. Claes Oldenburg is a Swedish sculptor who makes large replicas of everyday objects. He was born in 1929 and moved to Chicago in 1936. He went to Yale University and the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. He's been associated with the Pop Art movement since the 1960s. He created most of his sculptures in collaboration with his late wife Coosje van Bruggen. More here.

Claes Oldenburg, Soft Toilet, 1966  79.83a-b

Claes Oldenburg, Soft Toilet, 1966 79.83a-b

Claes Oldenburg Exhibit - coming to the Walker in Sept of 2013 - Definitely going to this!

Supersizing It With Claes Oldenburg

Claes Oldenburg Exhibit - coming to the Walker in Sept of 2013 - Definitely going to this!

Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen ~ Saw, Sawing, 1996 (steel, epoxy resin, fiber-reinforced plastic)

Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen ~ Saw, Sawing, 1996 (steel, epoxy resin, fiber-reinforced plastic)

Claes Oldenburg. Hmm remarkably close to George Wylie's Rottenrow maternity safety pin...

Claes Oldenburg. Hmm remarkably close to George Wylie's Rottenrow maternity safety pin...

This sculptour is by Claes Oldenburg. I like this sculptour becuase it is scary how it looks like the people are being swept away. I also like how the sculptour constantly looks like it is going to fall because it is on a slant and there is nothing holding it up.

This sculptour is by Claes Oldenburg. I like this sculptour becuase it is scary how it looks like the people are being swept away. I also like how the sculptour constantly looks like it is going to fall because it is on a slant and there is nothing holding it up.

I really like how Oldenburg creates sculptures of large scale items that are often forgotten or not important in daily life. By placing these sculpture in a public setting, it reminds people more about the small objects they often forget. Specifically, this sculpture reminds me of littering because the eaten apple is placed in a park.

I really like how Oldenburg creates sculptures of large scale items that are often forgotten or not important in daily life. By placing these sculpture in a public setting, it reminds people more about the small objects they often forget. Specifically, this sculpture reminds me of littering because the eaten apple is placed in a park.

Claes Oldenburg Art | CONE von / made by Claes Oldenburg, Köln ,Cologne | Flickr - Photo ...

Claes Oldenburg Art | CONE von / made by Claes Oldenburg, Köln ,Cologne | Flickr - Photo ...

Claes Oldenburg - "Soft Toaster," 1964. Vinyl, kapok, cloth, and paint on wood, 51 x 38 x 25 cm, Allen Memorial Art Museum, Ohio.

Claes Oldenburg - "Soft Toaster," 1964. Vinyl, kapok, cloth, and paint on wood, 51 x 38 x 25 cm, Allen Memorial Art Museum, Ohio.

Claes Oldenburg Art | Claes Oldenburg | Art since 1945 | Hatje Cantz

Claes Oldenburg Art | Claes Oldenburg | Art since 1945 | Hatje Cantz

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Image result for claes oldenburg Houseball

Claes Oldenburg, Coosje van Bruggen 2001 'Plantoir', Frederick Meijer Sculpture Park, Grand Rapids, Michigan

Claes Oldenburg, Coosje van Bruggen 2001 'Plantoir', Frederick Meijer Sculpture Park, Grand Rapids, Michigan

Claes Oldenburg Elements: Line, color, shape, form Principle: Symmetrical balance, unity, contrast, proportion

Claes Oldenburg Elements: Line, color, shape, form Principle: Symmetrical balance, unity, contrast, proportion