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Tuesday, May 12, 2009

A few more days to see "Process Art (Dead Man Don't Make Sculpture)" at the entrance of the MCASD La Jolla

My son in front of "Process Art (Dead Man Don't Make Sculpture)"
87 x 58 x 41 inches

At the end of May, "Process Art (Dead Man Don't Make Sculptures)" by Nathan Maubry will leave the MCASD La Jolla to be shown at the Hammer Museum in L.A. The MCASD and the Hammer purchased the sculpture together last year.
Nathan Maubry lives and works in Culver City.

This is a
surprising and weird version of "The Thinker" (the sculpture was made from a cast of Rodin's sculpture offered for sale on eBay by a California foundry). When one arrives at the museum of contemporary art on Prospect avenue, one sees the back of it and then one turns around and sees the large crazy looking/halloween-like mask covering the face.

That thinker may have think a little bit too much!

The Hammer

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