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cking out the rest of the artist’s work, he is no stranger to the nude, indeed his whole oeuvre is made up almost exclusively of contemplating it in different media. Just like the many, many artists before him, the naked female form is both a thorough study of mass and flesh but also for the love of it – only I’m pretty sure Etienne is the only one sculpting sponge.

Etienne Gros pulls and tucks dense foam to take the form of a shapely lady minus head and legs (very like a squidgy Venus de Milo) – the result, Les Mousses, is so simple and so effective

Etienne Gros pulls and tucks dense foam to create nudes. Great!

Ray Caesar – 2012 ‹ GALLERY HOUSE – Ray Caesar, Gottfried Helnwein, Catherine Howe and Anita Kunz

installation by photographer Autumn de Wilde titled "Lighting, Layers and Reflections"

Willem de Kooning in his studio 1982

Valentine Willem de Kooning (American, born the Netherlands. 1904-1997) (1947). Oil and enamel on paper on board, 36 3/8 x 24 1/4" (92.2 x 61.5 cm). Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Gifford Phillips. © 2012 The Willem de Kooning Foundation / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

De Kooning in his studio, with a bottle of safflower oil and bowls of paint on his worktable, 1971. Photo Dan Budnik.

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I like this idea. Just spoons. Was this just an exercise that turned into something eerily lovely?

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