Papier-mâché

A famously cheap and versitile medium, literally papier-mâché comes from the French phrase for "chewed paper" and is a composite of paper pieces or pulp, bound with an adhesive such as glue, starch, or wallpaper paste.

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Rotary Demisphere (Precision Optics)

Marcel Duchamp, 1925

Untitled

Eva Hesse, 1966

Untitled, Bust

Antonia Eiriz, 1970

Untitled, Bust

Antonia Eiriz, 1970

Untitled, Bust

Antonia Eiriz, 1970

Untitled, Bust

Antonia Eiriz, 1970
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