Marisol Escobar & Henry Moore

Herman Hiller


Venezuelan-born society sculptress Marisol Escobar looks quizzically at the head of of a woman by British sculptor Henry Moore.

The artist, who went by Marisol, is known for her boxy assemblage sculptures, at once playful and quietly unsettling. Not one for sticking to tradition, Marisol combined Pop Art's obsession with flatness with Dada's penchant for the absurd and the scavenger mentality of found object assemblage, creating an aesthetic -- accented by the style of Latin American folk art -- all her own.


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