Edward Kienholz

Collection by Virginia Haenni

Virginia Haenni
Edward Kienholz The Wait (Detail of an Installation) 1964 Edward Kienholz, Modern Art, Contemporary Art, Contemporary Sculpture, Collages, Pop Art, Neo Dada, Found Object Art, Whitney Museum


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Kienholz - Back Seat Dodge - Los Angeles County Museum of Art - New York Times Edward Kienholz, Dope Art, Back Seat, Abstract Sculpture, Art And Architecture, Installation Art, All Art, Art Museum, Dodge

In Sunny Southern California, a Sculpture Finds Its Place in the Shadows (Published 2007)

Kienholz - Back Seat Dodge ’38 - Los Angeles County Museum of Art - New York Times

Edward Kienholz, State Hospital (interior), Fish bowl for a helmet. Bed pan just out of reach. Even in his thoughts he can't escape reality. Andy Goldsworthy, Edward Kienholz, Pop Art, Vintage Medical, Famous Art, Oldenburg, Rodin, Installation Art, Art History


Edward Kienholz, The State Hospital, 1966, Inside view. Plaster casts, fiberglass, hospital beds, bedpan, hospital table, goldfish bowls, black fish, lighted neon tubing, steel hardware, wood, paint 245 x 360 x 295 cm. Moderna Museet, Stockholm © Kienholz. Photography: Moderna Museet, Stockholm.

Edward Keinholz: Five Car Stud revisited. Never exhibited publicly in the US. Now at LACMA. Edward Kienholz, Savannah Chat, This Is Us, History, Exhibitions, Car, Artist, Photography, American

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Edward Kienholz (October 1927 — June was an American installation artist and assemblage sculptor whose work was highly critical of aspects of modern life. Edward Kienholz, Nouveau Realisme, Modern Art Movements, Artistic Installation, Famous Art, Driftwood Art, Art Of Living, Art And Architecture, Art Blog

Edward Kienholz - The Beanery, 1965

assemblage assembly Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, 2012 Kienholz (1927–1994) made The Beanery in 1965, basing it on his local bar, The Original Beanery, on Santa Monica Boulevard in Los Angeles. It took Kienholz six months to consolidate and replicate the bar’s contents in an artwork. Everything in the installation is life size: from the figures (inspired by Kienholz’ s friends and acquaintances) to the bar itself,the bottles of beer and spirits, ash trays, cash register, telephone book, and…