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Eva Hesse (1936-1970) Right After (1969)

Eva Hesse & ‘the total absurdity of life’

Eva Hesse - Brooklyn Art Museum An art installation made from string material into a hanging and complex webbing.

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annct: “ Eva Hesse Eva Hesse (January 1936 – May was a Jewish German-born American sculptor, known for her pioneering work in materials such as latex, fiberglass, and plastics.

Eva Hesse, "Sans titre (Untitled (Seven Poles)", 1970. Les sculptures molles d'Eva Hesse (matériaux instables, latex) représentent une "abstraction excentrique" dans le minimalisme des années 1960.

Eva Hesse, "Sans titre (Untitled (Seven Poles)", 1970. Les sculptures molles d'Eva Hesse (matériaux instables, latex) représentent une "abstraction excentrique" dans le minimalisme des années 1960.

eva hesse repition//votive inspiration

cavetocanvas: “ Repetition Nineteen III, Eva Hesse, July Fiberglass and polyester resin. From Eva Hesse: A Retrospective by Yale University Art Gallery, ”

cavetocanvas:    Untitled - Eva Hesse 1966. Black ink wash and pencil.  From Eva Hesse: A Retrospective by Yale University Art Gallery, 1992.  (Scanned and submitted by jon-garcia)

michaelcharles: “Untitled - Eva Hesse Black ink wash and pencil. From Eva Hesse: A Retrospective by Yale University Art Gallery, (Scanned and submitted by jon-garcia) ”

Eva Hesse, Ennead , 1966, acrylic, paper-mache, plastic, plywood ...

As I have been look at different artist who do multimedia paintings I came across Eva Hesse, who has some pretty cool pieces.

Eva Hesse, Vinculum II (reminds me of Luke's clay rings and pieces on the plant)

Eva Hesse, Vinculum II (reminds me of Luke's clay rings and pieces on the plant)

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