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Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen's collaborative creations of monumental sculptures make you look twice as they take ordinary objects and enlarge them.

Magnificent Giant Sculptures of Everyday Objects

Claes Oldenburg, Scene from Nekropolis II

Image: Claes Oldenburg, Scene from Nekropolis II © Robert R. McElroy/Licensed by VAGA, New York, New York; © Claes Oldenburg, photo courtesy Oldenburg van Bruggen Studio (Photo courtesy of the Friedrich Petzel Gallery)

Dropped Cone. Neumarkt Galerie, Cologne, Germany  Stainless and galvanized…

Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen 'Dropped Cone' 2001 stainless and galvanized steels, fiber-reinforced plastic, balsa wood; painted with polyester gelcoat


Photo of Giant Trowel by Claes Oldenburg - at PepsiCo Headquarters

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student work grade has been busy learning about scale and proportion by studying Claes Oldenburg and his larger than life food sculp.

A cast photo for Claes Oldenburg’s Circus: Ironworks/Fotodeath, performed at the Reuben Gallery, Feb, 21–26, 1961, with Edgar lakeney, Max Baker, Tom Wesselmann, Claes Oldenburg, Henry Geldzahler, Clifford Smith (seated, left to right); Gloria Graves, Carl Lehmann-Haupt, Olga Adorno, Pat Oldenburg, Marilyn Jaffee, Judy Tersch, Claire Wesselmann, Chippy McClellan, Lucas Samaras (standing, left to right). Photo © Robert R. McElroy/Licensed by VAGA, New York, New York

"Circus: Ironworks/Fotodeath" by Claes Oldenburg, Reuben Gallery Cast photo. Photo: Robert R. McElroy/Licensed by VAGA/ via Art Critical. Getty Research Institute Acquires Robert McElroy's "Happenings" Archive - artnet News

Happenings: New York, 1958-1963

In advance of the Pace exhibition “Happenings: New York, some of the creators and participants of those fabled events spoke about their lasting influence.

Oldenburg's toothpaste meant to resemble Manet's Olympia

Day 6: Claes Oldenburg


Claes Oldenburg Is Subject of 2 Shows at MoMA

Sneaker sculpture at Claes oldenburg The Street and The Store pop art exhibition at the MoMa