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For more than half a century, Magdalena Abakanowicz has been producing critically acclaimed, poetic sculptures about the fraught and fragile condition of being human, shaped by her experiences growing up during WWII and the Soviet domination of Poland.
One of Abakanowicz’s most unusual works is titled War Games, which is a cycle of monumental structures made up of huge trunks of old trees, with their branches and …
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Magdalena Abakanowicz, Whose Poetic Sculptures Wrestle with the Trauma of World War II, Dies at 86. Her formalist sculptures relied on rumpled, crumpled, and distressed surfaces that became …
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Magdalena Abakanowicz (20 June 1930 – 20 April 2017) was a Polish sculptor and fiber artist. She is notable for her use of textiles as a sculptural medium. She is widely regarded as one of Poland’s most internationally acclaimed artists.
Magdalena Abakanowicz was born in an aristocratic Polish-Russian family on her parent”s estate in Poland. The war broke out when she was nine years old. Then came the revolution imposed by Russia and the forty-five years of Soviet domination.
War games From the War Games series by M. Abakanowicz In 1989 she brought out her War Games – monumental structures of huge trunks of old trees, their branches and bark removed, partly bandaged with rags and hugged with steel hoops.
Apr 21, 2017 · Magdalena Abakanowicz. “Winged Trunk,” from Ms. Abakanowicz’s most explicitly political series, “War Games,” begun in 1989. She took tree trunks rejected as unfit for lumber, attacked them with an ax and chain saw and fitted them with steel blades and casings. NYTimes.com no longer supports Internet Explorer 9 or earlier.
War Games . One of Abakanowicz’s most unusual works is titled War Games , which is a cycle of monumental structures made up of huge trunks of old trees, with their branches and bark removed. Partly bandaged with rags and hugged by steel hoops, these sculptures are placed on lattice metal stands.
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