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String and wire are prominent art materials in the 20th century. They are especially effective as 3D stand-ins for the line in drawing.

String and wire are prominent art materials in the 20th century. They are especially effective as 3D stand-ins for the line in drawing.

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String & wire

  1. 1. !"ng & wire Loren Madsen March, 2010
  2. 2. Alexander Calder Goldfish Bowl, nd black wire
  3. 3. Alexander Calder Vertical Constellation with Bomb, 1943 steel wire, wood, paint
  4. 4. Alexander Calder A Universe, 1934 steel wire, wood, paint, rope, pipe
  5. 5. Alexander Calder Louisa Calder’s bureau, 1942
  6. 6. Alexander Calder Jimmy Durante, 1928 steel wire
  7. 7. Alexander Calder The Hostess, 1928 steel wire Alexander Calder Helen Wills, 1927 steel wire
  8. 8. Alexander Calder Two Spheres Within a Sphere 1931 steel wire, wood, paint
  9. 9. Alexander Calder Mobiles, Chicago Museum of Contemporary Art steel wire, paint
  10. 10. Marcel Duchamp 1st Surrealist Exhibition, 1942 string
  11. 11. GeorgeVan Tongerloo Massen im Universum, 1946 wire, fruit
  12. 12. Ruth Asawa Untitled, 1960 looped brass and galvanized steel wire Ms Asawa, who had a major retrospective exhibition at the DeYoung Museum, SF, in 2009, has been a stalwart of the Bay Area art scene for many decades
  13. 13. Alan Saret name and date unknown, 1980’s metal wire
  14. 14. Alan Saret Three Tiered Copper, 1982 copper wire Alan Saret name and date unknown metal wire
  15. 15. Alan Saret untitled drawings, date unknown, 1980’s
  16. 16. Alan Saret metal wire
  17. 17. Judith Brust Untitled No. 3, Life Cycle, 1991 brass wire
  18. 18. Judith Brust Untitled No. 7, Life Cycle, 1991 brass wire Judith Brust Untitled No. 6, Life Cycle, 1991 brass wire
  19. 19. balls on wire making the shape of a classic BMW artist name and date unknown
  20. 20. String sculpture around tree artist name and date unknown sisal twine
  21. 21. Fred Sandback Blue Day-glo Corner Piece, 1968/2004 elastic cord and spring steel
  22. 22. Fred Sandback Untitled, 1995 red, yellow and blue paint on yarnl
  23. 23. Fred Sandback Seven PartVertical Construction, 1987 string and pigment Fred Sandback title and date unknown string and pigment
  24. 24. Fred Sandback titles and date unknown string and pigment
  25. 25. Fred Sandback titles and dates unknown string and pigment
  26. 26. JimmyOwenns Serialbondage, 2007
  27. 27. Ball Nogues Studio Feathered Edge, 2009 string and pigment
  28. 28. Ball Nogues Studio Echoes Converge, 2008 string and pigment
  29. 29. Patrick Marold eveninglull, nd
  30. 30. Shane title and date unknown pipe, string, fabric This is an example of a tensegrity (tensional integrity) structure which balances the forces between tension and compression.
  31. 31. Kenneth Snelson X-Module, 1948 cable, pipes, fittings Snelson was the first to exploit tensegrity into art upon hearing lectures by Buckminster Fuller at Black Mountain College in 1948.
  32. 32. The simplest tensegrity structure, with three three compression members. Each is symmetric with the other two, and symmetric from end to end. Each end is connected to three cables which provide compression and which precisely define the position of that end. A similar structure with four compression members.
  33. 33. Kenneth Snelson Needle Tower, 1968 cable, pipes, fittings
  34. 34. Ripple wire art, 2008, 09 wire, beads, mm
  35. 35. Ripple wire art, 2008, 09 wire, beads, mm
  36. 36. Ripple wire art, 2008, 09 wire, beads, mm
  37. 37. supports for pine branches rope, bamboo Kanazawa, Japan
  38. 38. Atsuta Shrine Sacred Tree Nagoya, Japan
  39. 39. Izumo Shrine (Izumo-taisha) Izumo, Japan dedicated to Ōkuninushi, the Shinto deity of marriage Enjo-ji Rope Nara, Japan
  40. 40. Meoto Iwa, the "Wedded Rocks" Futami, Ise City, Japan Wedded Rocks Gunkanjima, Japan dedicated to Ōkuninushi, the Shinto deity of marriage
  41. 41. wire sculpture, England artist, title, date unknown wire, grass
  42. 42. Kirsty Winter wearable wire art, 2009 wire
  43. 43. Kirsty Winter wearable wire art, 2009 wire
  44. 44. Jana Flynn Projection of Sightlines, 2009 string and pigment Jana Flynn Outerspace, 2009 string and pigment
  45. 45. Arline Fisch Corals, 2009 coated copper wire
  46. 46. Orly Genger title unknown, 2009 crocheted rope
  47. 47. Orly Genger title unknown, 2009 crocheted rope
  48. 48. Orly Genger puzzlejuice, 2009 crocheted rope Orly Genger Mr. Softy, 2009 crocheted rope
  49. 49. San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art (ICA) By A Thread, an exhibition of artwork by emerging and mid-career Bay Area artists who create unexpectedly nostalgic, and poetic works using thread as their primary medium. February 6 through May 15, 2010 SJICA 360 S. First St. San Jose, Ca 95113 408 283-8155 sjica.org/ Diem Chau Union, 2009 ceramic bowl, thread
  50. 50. Susan Taber Avila Jubilance, 1999 thread, constructed by machine stitching Susan Taber Avila Naturaleza 1996 thread
  51. 51. Emil Lukas Peeling, 2008 Liza Solomon Wallet Size Me, 2004 embroidery (wrong side showing) on satin
  52. 52. Katie Lewis 201 Days, 2006 thread, pencil, pins

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