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If you’re thinking about making a cardboard headpiece for your Halloween costume, this weekend is the time to get started! Last Year we created 2 different kinds of cardboard heads, using two differen

If you’re thinking about making a cardboard headpiece for your Halloween costume, this weekend is the time to get started! Last Year we created 2 different kinds of cardboard heads, using two differen

Artist: Marisa Merz (Italian, born 1926) Title: Untitled (head), 2006 Medium: Paintings, Graphite and paper sculpture Size Notes: 10 3/4 x 10 3/4 x 4 inches (27.3 x 27.3 x 10.2 cm) Catalogue: Gladstone Gallery Inventory Catalogue Price: Price on Request Movement: Thanks, Artnet.com

Artist: Marisa Merz (Italian, born 1926) Title: Untitled (head), 2006 Medium: Paintings, Graphite and paper sculpture Size Notes: 10 3/4 x 10 3/4 x 4 inches (27.3 x 27.3 x 10.2 cm) Catalogue: Gladstone Gallery Inventory Catalogue Price: Price on Request Movement: Thanks, Artnet.com

marisa merz

marisa merz

Marisa Merz Untitled

Marisa Merz Untitled

Marisa Merz

Marisa Merz

Marisa Merz

Marisa Merz

Marisa Merz (Italian, born 1926) Graphite and lipstick on canvas. At the Met Breuer. Photo by Renato Ghiazza

Marisa Merz (Italian, born 1926) Graphite and lipstick on canvas. At the Met Breuer. Photo by Renato Ghiazza

thunderstruck9: Marisa Merz (Italian, b. 1926), Untitled, 1988. Graphite, charcoal and acrylic on paper, 65.5 x 150 cm.

thunderstruck9: Marisa Merz (Italian, b. 1926), Untitled, 1988. Graphite, charcoal and acrylic on paper, 65.5 x 150 cm.

Self-taught outsider artist James Castle imbued his images of everyday objects with a sense of vibrancy. "The construction above may be one of Castle’s many variations on a jacket or suit of clothes, the tie enlarged, the collar folded in." His "exacting, empathetic eye" & visual concentration ... manifest the labor" involved in remaking cast-off materials as representations of his life as a deaf man on an Idaho farm. Info from link

Self-taught outsider artist James Castle imbued his images of everyday objects with a sense of vibrancy. "The construction above may be one of Castle’s many variations on a jacket or suit of clothes, the tie enlarged, the collar folded in." His "exacting, empathetic eye" & visual concentration ... manifest the labor" involved in remaking cast-off materials as representations of his life as a deaf man on an Idaho farm. Info from link

Rare early nineteenth century walking doll with eight legs that rotate like a wheel.

Rare early nineteenth century walking doll with eight legs that rotate like a wheel.