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Charles Avery

Charles Avery

Charles Avery

Charles Avery

Charles Avery – Grimm Gallery

Charles Avery – Grimm Gallery

CHARLES AVERY http://www.widewalls.ch/artist/charles-avery/ #drawing #painting #sculpture

CHARLES AVERY http://www.widewalls.ch/artist/charles-avery/ #drawing #painting #sculpture

Charles Avery has devoted his practice to the description of a fictional Island which he continues to elaborate, with its own population, customs and cosmology, nature and architecture, expressed in the form of large-scale drawings, sculptures, installations, texts and moving images.

Charles Avery has devoted his practice to the description of a fictional Island which he continues to elaborate, with its own population, customs and cosmology, nature and architecture, expressed in the form of large-scale drawings, sculptures, installations, texts and moving images.

Charles Avery - Empty Kingdom - Art Blog

Charles Avery - Empty Kingdom - Art Blog

CHARLES AVERY http://www.widewalls.ch/artist/charles-avery/ #drawing #painting #sculpture

CHARLES AVERY http://www.widewalls.ch/artist/charles-avery/ #drawing #painting #sculpture

Charles Avery The Hunter's Cabin 2004 Pencil on paper 91 x 66 cm © Charles Avery. Courtesy of the artist and Pilar Corrias, London and Grimm...Year after year : Opere su Carta UBS Art Collection  - Galleria d'Arte Moderna di Milano 2014 #miart2014 #UBS

Charles Avery The Hunter's Cabin 2004 Pencil on paper 91 x 66 cm © Charles Avery. Courtesy of the artist and Pilar Corrias, London and Grimm...Year after year : Opere su Carta UBS Art Collection - Galleria d'Arte Moderna di Milano 2014 #miart2014 #UBS

A highly important and unique plywood sculpture by Charles and Ray Eames from 1943. Through this experimental sculpture, the Eames' were able to develop the technology to create 3-dimensional shapes in molded plywood, technology which they utilized for their first major commission: the leg splint for the US Navy.

A highly important and unique plywood sculpture by Charles and Ray Eames from 1943. Through this experimental sculpture, the Eames' were able to develop the technology to create 3-dimensional shapes in molded plywood, technology which they utilized for their first major commission: the leg splint for the US Navy.

Di Levalet, Parigi, (Visita il nostro sito templedusavoir.org)

Di Levalet, Parigi, (Visita il nostro sito templedusavoir.org)

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