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Connected & Disconnected

The Sculpture of Hanneke Beaumont

Hanneke Beaumont. L’Ennui, Bronze #73, 2005.

A previous exhibition
at The Baker Museum

September 21, 2013 — February 16, 2014

This retrospective of Dutch sculptor Hanneke Beaumont’s work features her enigmatic bronze figures, a source of fascination and wonder since capturing international attention in the late 1990s. Connected and Disconnected features more than 20 sculptures as well as a select group of large-scale drawings. Works in terracotta, bronze and iron will also be highlighted, allowing visitors the opportunity to understand the artist’s command of the human figure.

Hanneke Beaumont. Connected-Disconnected, Bronzes #91 ,#93, #99, 2009.

Hanneke Beaumont. Connected-Disconnected, Bronzes #91 and #93, 2009.

Hanneke Beaumont. The Middle World, Cast Iron 107, 2010. Study for Bronze installation 112.

Hanneke Beaumont. Untitled. Cast Iron #45, 2000.


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