Eva Hesse USA, (1936 - 1970)
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© The Estate of Eva Hesse. Hauser & Wirth Zürich London.
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Artist:Eva Hesse
Category:Sculptures
Date:1960s
On View:Stockholm
Artist
Eva Hesse
1936 - 1970
United States Untitled, 1965
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Painted cord wrapped around plastic tubing and ring in wood and metall
262 x 81,5 x 18 cm (103 1/8 in.)
Sculptures
Purchase 1980 with contribution from The Friends of Moderna Museet
MOMSK 51 On view at Stockholm
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- About the work
A long, bendy plastic tube hangs limply through a circle made of the same material. Both tubes are expertly wrapped in thick rope. The closed circle contrasts with a hanging tube, and the work resembles a drawing in the air. Like most of Eva Hesse’s works, this piece is characterised by contradiction and hesitation. Despite its pronounced minimalist aesthetic, the simple and reduced design has a human imprint. As the artist puts it: "I wanted to get to non art, non connotive, non anthropomorphic, non geometric, non, nothing, everything, but of another kind, vision, sort." Eva Hesse’s career only lasted for a few years; she died of a brain tumour in 1970.
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