Sam Francis

Untitled, 1984

106.7 X 73 inch

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What is Clay?

What is Clay?

Clay is earth which is made when rocks weather and finally decompose. It takes a long time for water to carry pieces of earth, creating muck. The muck is collected, cleaned, prepared by removing rocks, and refined by adding sand to make clay.

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Pablo Picasso

Dancers (pair), 1956

Sculpture / Object

Clay

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Pablo Picasso

Tormented Faun’s Face, 1956

Sculpture / Object

Clay

USD 23,000 - 25,000

Pablo Picasso

Bird with tuft, 1952

Sculpture / Object

Clay

USD 3,900

Pablo Picasso

Bird under the sun, 1952

Sculpture / Object

Clay

USD 4,250

Pablo Picasso

Bird with worm, 1952

Sculpture / Object

Clay

USD 3,550

Sandro Chia

Senza titolo, 2005

Sculpture / Object

Clay

EUR 28,850

Otto Piene

Rastersonne, 2009

Ceramics

Clay

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Concrete art

Art movement that strongly emphasizes on abstraction. The term concrete was coined by the artist Theo Van Doesburg as he founded a group in the 1930s called "Art Concret" together with four other artists namely Heinz Mack, Yaacov Agam, Pol Bury and Jesus Soto Rafael. Concrete art can include both sculpture and painting..

Sound Art

Artistic discipline where sound is used as a medium. Like the other contemporary art genres, Sound Art is interdisciplinary in its nature. It can engage with a wide range of subjects that include electronics, acoustics, noise music, psychoacoustics, audio media, video or film and sculpture among other subjects. Early examples of sound art include Luigi Russolo's noise intoners and other experiments done by surrealists, Dadaists and happenings of Fluxus among others.

Réalités Nouvelles

Réalités Nouvelles means new realities. It is the focus of an exhibiting society founded by Sonia Delaunay, in 1939, in Paris. The Salon des Réalités nouvelles promoted the concept that abstract art does not imitate existing reality, and therefore is a new reality.

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