One Second Sculpture and more art by Tom Marioni

One Second Sculpture, 2002
81 x 59 cm (h x w)
direct gravure with water bite aquatint printed in black and blue
not for sale
[Des Moines Art Center Permanent Collections; Gift of the Des Moines Art Center Print Club in Memory of Marilyn Baker, 2015.35]

(Gift Print, 2015)

Known for his time- and sound-based performances during the 1970s in San Francisco, Tom Marioni is a central figure in the Conceptual Art movement. Married to print publisher Kathan Brown, Marioni has made many prints at her Crown Point Press. The twisted line in One Second Sculpture reflects the shape made by a metal tape measure when tossed up into the air.

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other works by Tom Marioni

Drumming, 2002
70 x 46 cm (h x w)
color soft ground etching with aquatint

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