Sculpture by Gene Pijanowski and Hiroko Sato

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Sculpture by Gene Pijanowski and Hiroko Sato

2,500.00

$2,500

United States
1985

A collaborative sculpture in metal, wood and plastics by husband-and-wife artists Eugene Pijanowski (b. 1938) and Hiroko Sato (b. 1942). Titled "A Letter," and dated 1985, the work was shown in the juried exhibition "Metals: New DIrections" held in Pittsburgh that year. Both Pijanowski and Sato studied at Cranbrook and taught at the University of Michigan. They have exhibited and lectured internationally, and have work in important institutions and private collections around the world, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Museum of Arts and Design in New York. "The Letter" comes with an acrylic box on a wooden base made by the owner. Measurements below are for the sculpture itself; the box measures 6.5" in diameter x 13.5" high.

Condition
Excellent. The sculpture is in excellent original condition. The box had a crack to the acrylic, which has been replaced with new acrylic.

Measurements
Height: 9.5 in.
Width/Length: 4 in.
Depth: 4 in.

Specifications
Number of items: 1
Materials/technique: Metal, wood, and plastics; wooden base and acrylic box

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