Minimalist wall sculpture in metal, Dutch, 1990s


Interesting minimalist wall sculpture in steel and aluminium, typical of the period.

This cool and interesting artwork is exemplary for the 1990s minimalism style.
In contrast to the 1980s with styles like Memphis, the 1990s emphasized “invisible luxury” that eschewed the conspicuous consumption of the previous decade. A minimalist aesthetic, characterised in part by simple structures with clean lines and by understated materials and colors. In the 1990s, an entire generation of minimalist architects and designers came to prominence—Peter Zumthor, John Pawson, Naoto Fukasawa, Tadao Ando, Jasper Morrison, Maarten van Severen, and more—each in his own way reacting against the excesses of the late-20th-century design industry.

This artwork fits perfectly within this period in time.

aluminium and steel cable

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“Library”, signed and dated verso.

| Period: 1990s / 1993
| DIMENSIONS   h 37 cm w 85 cm d 4 cm, the frame is part of the artwork
| PERIOD   1990s / 1993
| PLACE OF ORIGIN   The Netherlands
| PROVENANCE   The Collection of Municipality The Hague, NL, 1993-2022
| MATERIALS   aluminium and steel cable
| CONDITION   in good vintage condition
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Please note: This is a unique vintage item and has trace of use/storage and may have cracks/loss of paint.
Artworks are hard to photograph, we tried to get the colors to match the actual artwork. However, some differences may occur. Please take a close look to the photos.

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