Collection

Claire Zeisler, Fragments and Dashes, 1978–1980

Images of Claire Zeisler, Fragments and Dashes

  • On a white surface appears an array of brightly colored, seemingly familiar objects. While some resemble pom poms, rocks, or drum sticks, they are all in fact strange and abstract.
  • We see an overhead view of a white surface, upon which appears an array of brightly colored, seemingly familiar objects. While some resemble pom poms, rocks, or drum sticks, they are all in fact strange and abstract.
Claire Zeisler, American, 1903–1991
Fragments and Dashes, 1978–1980
Beads, chamois, cotton, feather, raw wool, shells, stones, wood, and Plexiglas vitrine
4 ½ × 44 ½ × 15 ½ in. (11.4 × 113 × 39.4 cm)
Collection Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, Restricted gift in honor of the artist’s birthday, 1983.36

Photo: Nathan Keay, © MCA Chicago
On a white surface appears an array of brightly colored, seemingly familiar objects. While some resemble pom poms, rocks, or drum sticks, they are all in fact strange and abstract.
Claire Zeisler, American, 1903–1991
Fragments and Dashes, 1978–1980
Beads, chamois, cotton, feather, raw wool, shells, stones, wood, and Plexiglas vitrine
4 ½ × 44 ½ × 15 ½ in. (11.4 × 113 × 39.4 cm)
Collection Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, Restricted gift in honor of the artist’s birthday, 1983.36

Photo: Nathan Keay, © MCA Chicago
We see an overhead view of a white surface, upon which appears an array of brightly colored, seemingly familiar objects. While some resemble pom poms, rocks, or drum sticks, they are all in fact strange and abstract.
Claire Zeisler, American, 1903–1991
Fragments and Dashes, 1978–1980
Beads, chamois, cotton, feather, raw wool, shells, stones, wood, and Plexiglas vitrine
4 ½ × 44 ½ × 15 ½ in. (11.4 × 113 × 39.4 cm)
Collection Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, Restricted gift in honor of the artist’s birthday, 1983.36

Photo: Nathan Keay, © MCA Chicago