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Jean Tinguely working with Meta-Matic No. 17 on the Champs-Elysees, Paris, 1959
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Jean Tinguely working with Meta-Matic No. 17 on the Champs-Elysees, Paris, 1959

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Jean Tinguely / Metamechanical Sculpture with Tripod 1954 www.buerten-art.de
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Jean Tinguely born 1925 Metamechanical Sculpture with Tripod 1954 Wire, painted cardboard and welded metal 93 x 32 x 36 x 815 x

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Good mechanism structure, actually can be used to do something and also have a side of "art" in it

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Amazing emotions captured amazingly -> Photograph of Jean Tinguely by Dennis Hopper, 1963
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Amazing emotions captured amazingly -> Photograph of Jean Tinguely by Dennis Hopper, 1963

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Jean Tinguely, “Fatamorgana – Méta-Harmonie IV”, 1985. Installation view at Museum Tinguely, Basel © 2016, ProLitteris, Zurich; photo: Museum Tinguely, Basel, Christian Baur.
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Jean Tinguely - “Fatamorgana” is a large scale piece which looks very Steam punk due to the use of giant metal cogs.

Jean Tinguely, “Fatamorgana – Méta-Harmonie IV”, 1985. Installation view at Museum Tinguely, Basel © 2016, ProLitteris, Zurich; photo: Museum Tinguely, Basel, Christian Baur.

Jean Tinguely, “Fatamorgana – Méta-Harmonie IV”, 1985. Installation view at Museum Tinguely, Basel © 2016, ProLitteris, Zurich; photo: Museum Tinguely, Basel, Christian Baur.
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Niki de Saint Phalle & Jean Tinguely
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jean tinguely: machine spectacle at stedelijk museum

Photo: Christian Baur, c/o Pictoright Amsterdam, 2016

Jean Tinguely – This piece almost looks like an object which you would hang above a crib to persuade a young child to sleep at night. This with the mix of a very industrial look has made me chose this piece to look at.

the stedelijk museum amsterdam has opened a retrospective of jean tinguely's work, featuring kinetic sculptures films, photos, and drawings.

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Jean Tinguely working with Meta-Matic No. 17 on the Champs-Elysees, Paris, 1959

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Niki de Saint Phalle and Jean Tinguely and sitting at a table, which has been designed and realised by Niki de Saint Phalle, pictured in the retrospective exhibition in the gallery Bischofberger in Zurich, 1980

Jean Tinguely (22 mai 1925 - 30 août 1991). Célèbre pour ses sculptures-machines, construites avec des matériaux de récupération auxquels il redonnait vie en utilisant des moteurs. "Le Cyclope - la Tête ", 1970

Model for 'Le Cyclop - La Tête' by Swiss artist Jean Tinguely Wire, scrap iron, plaster bandages, paint, 82 x 77 x 47 cm. via Museum Tinguely

Jean Tinguely - Homage to New York (1960)    Jean Tinguely was asked in 1960 to produce a work to be performed in the Sculpture Garden of the Museum of Modern Art in New York. In collaboration with other artists/engineers, among them Billy Klüver and Robert Rauschenberg, he produced a self-destroying mechanism that performed for 27 minutes during a public performance for invited guests. In the end, the public browsed the remnants of the machine for souvenirs to take home.

Jean Tinguely - Homage to New York, “Jean Tinguely was asked in 1960 to produce a work to be performed in the Sculpture Garden of the Museum of Modern Art in New York. In collaboration with.

From: Le Mouvement, Galerie Denise René, Paris, April 6 – 30, 1955, with Yaacov Agam, Alexander Calder, Marcel Duchamp, Egill Jacobsen, Jesús Rafael Soto, and Jean Tinguely (and Victor Vasarely) (photo: Galerie Denise René, Paris)

From: Le Mouvement, Galerie Denise René, Paris, April 6 – 30, 1955, with Yaacov Agam, Alexander Calder, Marcel Duchamp, Egill Jacobsen, Jesús Rafael Soto, and Jean Tinguely (and Victor Vasarely) (photo: Galerie Denise René, Paris)

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laflaneuse8: Jean Tinguely (1925 – 1991), Swiss painter and sculptor best known for his sculptural machines or kinetic art.

Jean Tinguely Jean Tinguely who grew up in Basel and belonged to the Parisian avant-garde in the and stimulated and revolutionized the “static” art world with his kinetic works.

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