The assemblage composition above is by the artist Tom Wesselmann and is entitled "Still Life # 30" completed April 1963.
It is composed of "oil, enamel and synthetic polymer paint on composition board with collage of printed advertisements, plastic flowers, refrigerator door, plastic replica of 7 Up bottles, glazed and framed color reproduction and stamped metal."
Click on to enlarge to see detail. Isn't it a fun three dimensional piece?Next, is a view of the second floor Marron Atrium located in MoMa, where the movie " Pour Your Body Out" by the Swiss artist Pipilotti Rist is playing on exhibit until February 2, 2009 on the atrium's 25 foot high screens.
It has quite a few scenes that immerse the spectator in the color pink, and is very beautiful and unusual!
You can see a Youtube of the artist explaining the concepts of her movie, while it plays in the background at MoMa, here.
Next, we see a portion of an cast iron fence with very fanciful shaped finials, in the Architecture & Design department of MoMa. I love the bright pink background used for the display!
Last, we see a very interesting window design in the MoMa gift shop consisting of multicolored neon lights with a collage of different swirls of multicolored wool behind it. The wool had a section that was predominantly pink ( upper left ) so I thought this would qualify. Enlarge to see all the detail!
I hope you enjoyed this view of PINK modern art!
To see more Pink Saturday blog posts be sure to visit our dedicated host, Beverly, at How Sweet The Sound to see a link list of all the blogs participating and enjoy the color pink!