Curtis Jere Brutalist Birds Sculpture

The ultimate mid-century style statement – a Curtis Jere sculpture.

Maker
Artisan House Calif. | United States
Date
1987
Size
W 145cm, H 54cm , D 23cm


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Description

This dynamic metal sculpture makes a beautiful play between form and space. The angular wings of the geometric birds make sleek, elongated shadows on the wall, contrasting with the sharp shapes of negative space in-between the birds.

Curtis Freiler and Jerry Fels created the nom de plume Curtis Jere to market their mid-century sculptures. They designed and made large-scale metal art which retailed through high-end studios like Raymor in New York City.

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Condition

Materials: Beautifully crafted from burnished steel

Makers Mark: Signed and dated to one wing

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