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Artist El Anatsui artwork at Akron Art Museum  ::  made from liquor bottle caps, milk cans, aluminum printing plates, reclaimed wood

One of my favorite artists they had a piece of his at the De Young. Artist El Anatsui artwork at Akron Art Museum :: made from liquor bottle caps, milk cans, aluminum printing plates, reclaimed wood

ANNETTE MESSAGER (NEE EN 1943).   Mes voeux,   crayons de couleurs sur papier, acrylique sur photographies noir et blanc sous verre, ficelles 312 x 114 cm.  Réalisé entre 1988 et 1990.

Buy online, view images and see past prices for ANNETTE MESSAGER (NEE EN Invaluable is the world's largest marketplace for art, antiques, and collectibles.

El Anatsui (Ghana), Flag for a New World Power, 2004. Aluminium and copper wire, 500 x 550 cm.  Anatsui converts found materials into art that lies somewhere between sculpture, mosaics and painting.

El Anatsui, Flag for a New World Power, Aluminium and copper wire, 500 x 550 cm. Anatsui converts found materials into art that lies somewhere between sculpture, mosaics and painting.

El Anatsui, Post-industrial African pointillist

GRAVITY AND GRACE

Post-industrial African pointillist El Anatsui is outside at The High Line in Manhattan and inside the Brooklyn Museum right now to offer "Gravit.

Kass Copeland Artist | Chicago | Assemblage | Recycled Furniture | Assemblage

Kass Copeland Artist | Chicago | Assemblage | Recycled Furniture | Assemblage

El Anatsui curtain of recycled metal bits, hung in front of Palazzo Fortuny, Venice.

El Anatsui 'Fresh and Fading Memories' draped over the entrance to the Palazzo Fortuny, Venice

Unframed: Tapestries of Trash by El Anatsui in featured art  Category

Tapestries of Trash by El Anatsui

Dirty, rusted, smashed liquor bottle caps are transformed into incredible tapestries that sparkle like precious metals in El Anatsui's current exhibition.

El Anatsui curtain of recycled metal bits, hung in front of Palazzo Fortuny, Venice.

This is a photo of artist El Anatsui curtain of recycled metal bits, hung in front of Palazzo Fortuny, Venice.

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