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#2: Eva Hesse (born 1936) A key figure in establishing the postminimalist art movement of the 1960s, Eva Hesse reinvigorated modern sculpture with new use of materials such as latex, plastics, and more. As a growing Nazi sentiment spread in her hometown of Hamburg, Hesse and her family were forced to escape growing danger and persecution, fleeing to New York. Her new life in New York continued to see tragedy, first when her parents split, then her mother’s subsequent suicide when Eva was 10.

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Mario Merz  What is To Be Done?   Henry Moore Institute, Leeds    ONEFIVESIXLLC.COM

Text by Daniel Potts In Mario Merz’s first solo exhibition in the UK for nearly 30 years, What is To Be Done? presents 12 works.

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"Ennead" Eva Hesse, Helen Molesworth argues that her work challenges "the austere aesthetic of Minimalism.her work evokes instead the organic and erotic, emptiness and decay.

Stunning Vintage Photos Reveal The Brief Life Of Artist Eva Hesse

Stunning Vintage Photos Reveal The Brief Life Of Artist Eva Hesse

Even though the American artist's life was tragically cut short at Hesse stood out in the for her use of discarded materials to create organic forms, while her predominately male contemporaries were making rigid minimalist sculpture.

Installation view of “Accretion” created in 1968.

Stunning Vintage Photos Reveal The Brief Life Of Artist Eva Hesse

Even though the American artist& life was tragically cut short at Hesse stood out in the for her use of discarded materials to create organic forms, while her predominately male contemporaries were making rigid minimalist sculpture.

suspended stone installation

A long tube winding around the space that flares out either end? Stars mounted on circle frames of different sizes.

Eva Hesse Ennead, 1966 Acrylic, papier mâché, plastic, plywood, and string 96 x 39 x 17 inches 244 x 99 x 43 cm Collection of Barbara Lee, Cambridge, Massachusetts Photo by Abby Robinson, New York ©The Estate of Eva Hesse, courtesy of Hauser & Wirth

"Weaving a Bridge Back to Fiber Sculpture’s Unraveling History"

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Columbian artist, Rafael Gómezbarros, decorates the Saatchi Gallery in London with his new giant art installation – as part of its latest show ‘Pangaea: New Art from Africa and Latin America’

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Trip the Light Fantastic

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Innovative Weaving with wool for braid-like structures white textures; textiles design // Jeannie Helzer - Crafting Now

Eva Hesse Studiowork, 1968, courtesy of University of California, Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive, gift of Helen Hesse Charash, 1979, Photograph by Abby Robinson, New York

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