Saturday, June 4, 2011

Tom Otterness and his awesomeness

IVE ALWASY ENJOYED HIS SCULPTURES IN THE SUBWAYS AND NOW IF I HAD 10K TO THROW ON AN AWESOME SCULPTURE.....

 




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From Our Archive
Tom Otterness
Dressed Up Bear on Money Bag, 2009
Multiple
Edition Size: 50
Size: 6" x 3.5" x 2.5"
Price: $8500


 
 
 
About This Collection
If you've ever been in New York City, chances are you've stumbled upon one of Tom Otterness' sculptures, which appear in the most unlikely places: on wooden benches waiting for the L train at 14th street, for example, or playing in a sidewalk oasis on Broadway in the Theater District. Depicting animals and people with rotund bellies and blank, guileless facial expressions that belie their true nature as critics of capitalism and social imbalance, the sculptures have become an integral part of the fabric of the city.

We're proud to offer to offer Dressed Up Bear On Money Bag in partnership with the SculptureCenter. Depicting a bear dressed up in a business suit, and standing on top of a bag of money, the bronze sculpture highlights Otterness' ability to explore our cash-centric cultural economy with a sense of humor. With only two remaining, don't miss your chance to collect this limited edition multiple now. 


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