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Art report / Hamburg 2

7 monthes ago   |   By Art With a Needle

The Hamburger Kunsthalle had several pieces of fiber art from well back in the previous century, giving an interesting spin on the days when it was considered avant-garde simply to get some nontraditional materials and display them in a mainstream museum. Seeing them five decades later makes me realize that fiber art has come a long way.
Robert Morris, Untitled , 1967
Robert Morris is an American artist who has worked in sculpture, land art, performance and conceptual art. One of his favorite materials has been industrial felt, which in this piece is both hung from the wall and arranged on...
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