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  • Baldessari, John - Biography, information, exhibitions listings and a photo of this California artist. No works shown on this site.
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  • Bennett Robot Works - Sculptor Gordon Bennett creates named robots from found objects, displaying his work at City Foundry in Brooklyn, New York. Image gallery with price list.
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  • Boltanski, Christian - A major exhibition of 17 works at the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art in Kansas City, Missouri in 1998.
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  • Brady, David - Explore the figure through assemblage and mixed media paintings.
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  • Copeland, Dale - Assemblage art from New Zealand in the tradition of Joseph Cornell.
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  • Cornell, Joseph - Short commentary on the artist, numerous images of his work.
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  • deMeng, Michael - Post-modern shrines and totems - assemblage - combining found objects with painting and text to explore themes of the secular and the sacred.
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  • Dolan, Ariel - An exhibition of 3D assemblages of small plastic dolls. Each picture represents a specific thought or a personal experience. Almost all were lost by an Iraqi Scud missile in the Gulf War.
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  • Foley, Peter - Peter Foley's Studio E-6 in Palo Alto, CA,with a gallery of large scale mixed media assemblages.
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  • Hinds, Rene - Whimsical and functional, depicting living presences through using the debris of American culture.
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  • Hines, Roger - Surreal "rooms" that contain enigmatic elements of time and space.
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  • Johnson, David R. - Petit Musee showcasing assembage, constructions and photographs by an American artist.
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  • Kienholz, Ed - Biography and works of the late artist well-known for sculptures and environments comprised of found objects and elements culled from abandoned buildings.
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  • Levin, Dan - Found object assemblage art including kinetic and illuminative sculpture.
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  • Lina Fry - Lina Fry, renown GAZ Group artist, celebrates the millennium with a new series of bold assemblages. Egyptian Heiroglyph, VooDoo, Jesus, Chart, Awash, Peaches, Stay Away, Lovely Bride.
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  • Lipski, Donald - Sculptural works that center around the theme of the book and incorporate found objects.
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  • Majeski, Thomas - 3-D wall constructions includes artist's statement, gallery, and contact information
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  • Meltzer, Bonnie - Creates artworks made from recycled computer parts, crocheted wire, and digital photography transferred onto metal. Some of the items exhibited are for sale.
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  • Mercier, Jason - Using materials such as beans, yarn, candy, pencils, food and anything else he finds (or you send to him) Jason will produce intricate portraits.
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  • Modes, Wes - Playful and spirited, worn and wonderful, like long lost treasures found in an abandoned basement, a collection of sculptures and assemblage pieces, most made from found materials, both man-made and natural.
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  • Mr. Imagination - Real name - Gregory Warmack. This prolific Chicago artist uses bottle caps, industrial sandstone and used paint brushes to create primarily figurative works.
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  • My Own Tower - Everyday objects become models of skyscrapers. Visitors are invited to submit their own models.
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  • Nevelson, Louise (interview) - Conducted by Arnald Glimcher for the Archives of American Art in 1972, this interview explores Nevelson's life, ideas and wood assemblages.
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  • Poveda, Carlos - Costa Rican artist living in France, with photo gallery of recent works, list of shows and works in public collections, and biography.
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  • Razor, JoJo - Bottle project by San Francisco Bay area social sculptor on spiritual quest, gifting to the recovering alcoholic world community.
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  • Zorn, Liz - Works in mixed media, including assemblage, and constructions with found objects in an abstract, and expressionist style.
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