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John Chamberlain: Choices

American sculptor John Chamberlain’s life’s work is celebrated at New York’s Guggenheim Museum this spring, where approximately 100 of his pieces spanning seven decades are on show. The recent death of the Indiana-born artist (1927 – 2011) has led to an increased interest in his practice, in which compressed car components play a large part. Stylus discusses the artist’s take on the use of metallic and automotive paint finishes, drawing inspiration from his signature scrap metal works.

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