Stephen Hansen Sculptures Available to Affiliates from the National Museum of American History
The Information Age might seem like too serious a topic to loan itself to humor, but this is what happened when the Smithsonian’s National Museum of American History commissioned artist Stephen Hansen to design the entrance to its path breaking exhibition in 1990. Hansen’s take on how “new technologies” were overtaking our lives, resulted in a rotating tableau of nearly life-sized sculptures caught in moments of whimsy, anger, and existential befuddlement. Since that time Hansen’s reputation has skyrocketed and his works have been displayed in museums, galleries, and embassies around the world.
These sculptures, all made out of papier-mÃ¢chÃ©, are one-of-a-kind and are available, through transfer of ownership, individually or ensemble as shown in these pictures. The receiving Affiliate will be responsible for arranging pickup from the National Museum of American History and shipping. The sculptures come uncrated.
Enliven your space with artistry that appeals to all and reminds us to laugh as we plod our way through technology-driven lives. Contact your National Outreach Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org for further information.