MICHEL NEDJAR (1947) | His first doll fetishes were made using fabrics, rags and plastic bags which he adorned with feathers, bits of wood, straw, string and shells dipped in baths of dye, earth and blood. Collection de l’Art Brut, Lausanne, Switzerland
André Robillard, une collection de fusils accrochés dans le département d'art brut au LaM de Villeneuve d'Ascq, ph. Bruno Montpied, avril 2011 : centre hospitalier daumézon,art brut,andré robillard,drac et frac centre,art monumental contemporain
This very rare doll from the early nineteenth century demonstrates a very innovative design for its day: a spoked wheel of legs which allow the doll to ‘walk’ when it is pushed across the floor. The doll would have originally been costumed in a long dress to hide the leg mechanism, so only two walking feet would have shown at a time.
Plastic Garbage Guarding the Museum by Luzinterruptus. Plastic carrier bags glow like lamps from within two skips that Spanish lighting designers Luzinterruptus have placed at the entrance to the Gewerbemuseum in northern Switzerland.