Brian Jungen's Repurposed Sculpture

Brian Jungen's Repurposed Sculpture

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Rachael Grad
Oct 27, 2009

Brian Jungen uses common, mass-produced objects to make powerful sculpture. Currently on view at The National Museum of the American Indian in DC: totem poles made of golf bags, golf balls and painted golf tees; a whale skeleton from reassembled plastic chairs, and Northwest Coast-style masks out of Nike Air Jordan basketball sneakers.

Brian Jungen's art work will be exhibited at The National Museum of the American Indian until August 8, 2010.

MORE INFO ON BRIAN JUNGEN
Brian Jungen: Crafting Everyday Objects Into Art from NPR

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