Pubic Torso on Lorry in Manhattan Street for 'Bonds Clothes for Men'
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Pubic Torso on Lorry in Manhattan Street for 'Bonds Clothes for Men'

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Print

Sir Eduardo Paolozzi

Maker
Scottish, 1924–2005

Pubic Torso on Lorry in Manhattan Street for 'Bonds Clothes for Men'

The Greeks did it better, though smaller, these fifty foot tall, three ton nudes, decently separated by a one hundred and thirty foot waterfall, decorate the roof of Bond's clothing store on Times Square. Whether these figures are to represent the


the life force, sex can be beautiful or simply a pair of unfortuantes desperately in need of some Bond clothing, has not, as yet, been definitely determined. These pictures were taken while the display was being assembled. Photos: Peter S. Kaufmann.


Cloud Atomic Laboratory


1971
Intaglio print
70/75
Image: 18.4 x 14.3 cm
Overall: 38.8 x 53.3 cm
Purchase
1977.0016.0015
Inscriptions recto (signed in pencil): Eduardo Paolozzi 1971 70/75
verso (stamped): ea 808
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