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Introduction
Clement Meadmore (9 February 1929 – 19 April 2005) was an Australian-American furniture designer and sculptor known for massive outdoor steel sculptures.
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Introduction
Meadmore studied engineering and industrial design before making his first welded sculptures in 1953. After relocating to New York a decade later, he began to produce reductivist geometric sculptures, usually painted black. His work was exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art in 1969 and the Whitney Museum in 1976. He completed a number of large-scale sculptures for installation in public spaces for such cities as New York and Mexico City. Meadmore was also an author of books on industrial design as well as a jazz drummer.
Nationalities
Australian, American
Gender
Male
Roles
Artist, Author, Designer, Musician, Sculptor
Names
Clement Meadmore, Clement L. Meadmore
Ulan
500105583
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3 works online

Exhibitions

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