András Koncz-Münich

András Koncz-Münich

András Koncz-Münich
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Fred Carter's raw and impassioned sculptures are featured in Raw Vision 82, available to pre-order at http://rawvision.com/shop/raw-vision-82 Photo by Dan Meyers

The Final Battle, c. late carved wood and mixed media, 111 x 36 x 6 ins., 282 x x cm.

Judith Scott was a fiber artist born deaf, mute, and with Down's Syndrome. She also seemed to have a great sense of humor, since her caretakers items (tennis shoes, car keys) sometimes ended up in her work.

Judith Scott was a fiber artist born deaf, mute, and with Down's Syndrome. She had a great sense of humour as her caretakers items (tennis shoes, car keys) sometimes ended up in her work :)

GIORDANO GELLI | AFFE | 2012 |

GIORDANO GELLI | AFFE | 2012 |

Pascal Tassini 16.05.2014 533 x 800

Pascal Tassini 533 x 800

LADY WITH MUFF/ William Edmondson (1874-1951), c. 1940, limestone, 15 1/2 x 6 1/2 x 6 3/4", Collection American Folk Art Museum, New York, gift of Ralph Esmerian, 2013.1.54 Photo by Gavin Ashworth

LADY WITH MUFF/ William Edmondson c. limestone, 15 x 6 x 6 Collection American Folk Art Museum, New York, gift of Ralph Esmerian, Photo by Gavin Ashworth

UNTITLED (TOBLERONE TROLLEY), Willem van Genk, c. 1980–2000, tin cans, cardboard, metal, paint, paper, and plastic,10 x 19 x 5 1/8 inches (25,5 x 48 x 13 cm), collection Foundation Willem van Genk, Museum Dr. Guislain, Ghent, 21030241 Photo: Guido Suykens

The first United States exhibition of Dutch artist Willem van Genk’s work at the American Folk Art Museum offers a comic counterpoint to the recent Futurist show at the Guggenheim.

UNTITLED (Velp–Oosterbeek Trolley)/ Willem van Genk, c. 1980–2000, tin cans, cardboard, metal, paint, paper, and plastic,10 ½ x 23 ½ x 5 1/8 inches, collection Foundation Willem van Genk, Museum Dr. Guislain, Ghent, 21030245 Photo: Sam Fein

UNTITLED (Velp–Oosterbeek Trolley)/ Willem van Genk, c. 1980–2000, tin cans, cardboard, metal, paint, paper, and plastic,10 ½ x 23 ½ x 5 1/8 inches, collection Foundation Willem van Genk, Museum Dr. Guislain, Ghent, 21030245 Photo: Sam Fein

Clarence Woolsey (American, 1929-1987) Grace Woolsey American, d. 1988 Bottlecap Figure, 1970 Bottle caps, nails and wood 43 x 20 x 12 in. (109.22 x 50.8 x 30.48 cm) Milwaukee Art Museum, Gift of Friends of Art and Ruth and Robert Vogele M1998.95 Photo credit Larry Sanders

Clarence Woolsey (American, 1929-1987) Grace Woolsey American, d. 1988 Bottlecap Figure, 1970 Bottle caps, nails and wood 43 x 20 x 12 in. (109.22 x 50.8 x 30.48 cm) Milwaukee Art Museum, Gift of Friends of Art and Ruth and Robert Vogele M1998.95 Photo credit Larry Sanders

padiglione Centrale -Levi Fisher Ames

padiglione Centrale -Levi Fisher Ames