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    • Red Room (Child), installation.

    • Red Room (Child), installation.

    • Sculpture; Rooms & spaces; Interiors; Fantasy; Allusions; Children; Families; Symbols; Colors; Thread; Glassware; Lanterns; Light fixtures; Lamps; Animals; Heads (Anatomy); Hourglasses; Shelving; Furniture; Pedestals

    • "The color red, connotative of intense passion, predominated in the two cramped spaces forming this installation. One important theme here was regressive psychological fantasy. But there was also a sense that ancient knowledge was being...
    • Red Room (Child), installation, detail.

    • Red Room (Child), installation, detail.

    • Sculpture; Rooms & spaces; Interiors; Fantasy; Allusions; Children; Families; Symbols; Colors; Thread; Glassware; Pedestals; Details

    • "The color red, connotative of intense passion, predominated in the two cramped spaces forming this installation. One important theme here was regressive psychological fantasy. But there was also a sense that ancient knowledge was being...
    • Man in front of tent, circa 1917.

    • Man in front of tent, circa 1917.

    • World War, 1914-1918; Men; Tents; Staffs (Sticks)

    • Jeunet's first cousin, Maurice Bourgeois, sits outside a tattered tent near a wooded area during World War I. The image was probably captured while Jeunet was on leave near Jougne in the Doubs region of France. Bourgeois is wearing a beret and...
    • Double Negative.

    • Double Negative.

    • Sculpture; Abstract sculpture; Abstract works; Body parts; Human body; Sex; Allusions; Nature; Mushrooms; Fungi

    • "Whilst Bourgeois's sculptures frequently connote male and female body parts, this piece also has landscape associations. Mounds or mushrooms are evoked, as is a relationship between 'above' and 'below' ground." (Caption, p.151);...
    • The Hat Makes the Man.

    • The Hat Makes the Man.

    • Mixed media; Collages; Gouaches; Watercolors; Oil paintings; Paintings; Drawings; Pencil works; Pen works; Ink drawings; Cutouts; Puns (Visual works); Humorous pictures; Symbols; Hats; Artists' signatures; Inscriptions

    • From caption: C'est le chapeau qui fait l'homme / collage; from the MOMA website (http://www.moma.org) (11-2011): The Hat Makes the Man / Max Ernst (French, born Germany. 1891-1976) (1920). Gouache, pencil, oil, and ink on cut-and-pasted printed...
    • The Hat Makes the Man.

    • The Hat Makes the Man.

    • Mixed media; Collages; Gouaches; Watercolors; Oil paintings; Paintings; Drawings; Pencil works; Pen works; Ink drawings; Cutouts; Puns (Visual works); Humorous pictures; Symbols; Hats; Headgear; Artists' signatures; Inscriptions

    • Cut and pasted paper, pencil, ink, and watercolor on paper. “Ernst's appreciation for visual and linguistic puns was likely fostered by Freud’s book Jokes and Their Relation to the Unconscious. Here, Ernst cut, pasted, and stacked photographs...
    • Untitled (Shanty).

    • Untitled (Shanty).

    • Sculpture; Architecture; Buildings; Houses; Dwellings; Huts; Shelters; Housing; Architectural elements; Walls; Doors & doorways; Wheels

    • "Alice Aycock […] bases her forms on the logic of the imagination. […] Aycock revels in conjuring the past. The rich associative content of her sculpture is often nurtured by fanciful titles and accompanying texts that refer to history,...
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