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Tuesday, September 22, 2015
One of the most intriguing categories of modernism is the art and architecture of the Brutalist movement. A defiant aesthetic based on disruptive forms, rough edges, and general rule-breaking. One of intriguing aspects of the free-form movement is the myriad number artists that experimented in all mediums. Here is an example of a wall hanging made of individual puzzle-like pieces of pottery, assembled in a dramatic landscape of textures and colors, set in an artist designed original natural wood frame. It is signed "June" - an unknown American artist, likely made in the late 60s.
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