Robert Barry

American (Bronx, New York, 1936)

Wire Installation

1968
installation | wire extending floor to ceiling at 90 degree angle
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    Robert Barry, Wire Installation, 1968; wire extending floor to ceiling at 90 degree angle, dimensions variable; Collection SFMOMA, The Panza Collection. Purchase, by exchange, through the bequest of J.D. Zellerbach and gifts of Mrs. Charles DeYoung Elkus, Mr. and Mrs. William C. Janss, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Jaretzki, Jr., Harriet Lane Levy, and anonymous donors, and the Accessions Committee Fund; © Robert Barry


Dimensions variable
Acquired 2010
Collection SFMOMA
The Panza Collection. Purchase, by exchange, through the bequest of J.D. Zellerbach and gifts of Mrs. Charles DeYoung Elkus, Mr. and Mrs. William C. Janss, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Jaretzki, Jr., Harriet Lane Levy, and anonymous donors, and the Accessions Committee Fund
© Robert Barry
2010.50

Tags

conceptual art, floors, ceilings, right angles


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