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Tinguely 'celebrates' Niki's Birthday at Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam.

Swiss Jean Tinguely(1925-1991) and French Niki de Saint Phalle(1930-2002)who on 29th October celebrated her birthdays she 'will be again together with her husband Jean to exchange artistic ideas and inspirations' at 'Jean Tinguely's- Machine Spectacle' exhibition in Stedelijks Museum Amsterdam.
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                                'Jean Tinguely-Machine Spectacle' until 5 Mar. 2017.
Artists:Jean Tinguely,Niki de Saint Phalle.
Title:Le Cyclop. 1970.
Materials:Scrap iron, mirrors.
The first model was created in 1970.
The huge sculpture stands in the middle of the forest of Milly-la-Foret.
Collection Museum Tinguely. Basel.

Kinetic machines, machines sculptures most of which are in working, photos, drawings,Nana's and archive materials release the famous Swiss artist of 'nouveau realism' Jean Tinguely, his wife from 1971 French Niki de Saint Phalle painter,sculptor,filmmaker and their stormy relationship and co-creations.

Hon-en Katedral(SHE-a cathedral).1966., it was gigantic construction in the form of reclining pregnant female. The public entered through the vagina into dynamic labyrinth with a mini-museum of counterfeit art, a cinema, a planetarium, an observation platform and a goldfish pond also.
Hon-en Katedral was one of many Tinguely's and Phalle's co-creations that reflected not only their ability to execute artworks and sculptures in extensively size but also the stormy relationship between them .
                             Niki de Saint Phalle.Life save Fountain in Duisburg.Germany.
                                                  (Search Wikipedia.)
 Niki created rounded forms with soft materials and colours to portray particularly the female peculiarities and temperament and Tinguely's technological and noisily machines that sometimes occurred suddenly when the public entered the womb of the Nana destroyed empty Coca-Cola's bottles.
Their contraries in characteristics a prove of physics law 'The opposites are hauled but the same are repulsed' explains their common attractiveness for gigantic and extremely complicated constructions.
                                                        Niki de Saint Phalle in 1964.
                                                       (Source Wikimedia Commons)

Artist Niki de Saint Phalle.
     L'ange Protecteur in the hall of the Zurich Hauptbahnhof.
(Source Wikimedia Commons)

25 years after his death and his exhibitions 'Bewogen Beweging(1961) and Dylaby(1962) at the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam, Tinguely 'brought' again his kinetic Meta Machines to Amsterdam.These are thirteen sculptures, including his famous drawing machine Meta Matic No.10(1959), Gismo(1960) and the enormous Meta 11(1971).

166 in total Tinguely's works, -62 machine sculptures and 42 machines able to function if they run not constantly- at the Stedelijk Museum 
explain his Art in motion.
                                               The beginning.
          Metamichanical Sculpture untitled 1954.Private Collection Postdam.

Tinguely's kinetic art in the Dada tradition is well known as metamechanics. 
In 1930 the artist began experiments with mechanical sculptures and he tried to put motors to the objects and so to make them rotate.
               Meta-matic No 10, 1959.Materials:iron alloy, paint, rubber, electric motor.
In 1960 he led to Nouveau Realisme and later on created his first monumental work using scrap metal.
He exploded it in front of Milan Cathedral. The same year he used everyday's materials which combined with motors. The result was the motion because the motor caused and produced it.
                                                       Jean Tinguely.
                                  ( Photo Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam.)

Fountains.According to the Stedelijk museum Amsterdam he was also fascinated by fire and water. For the exhibition 'Bewogen Beweging' he made a moving fountain-1960- and placed in the pond behind the Stedelijk Museum but he replaced it in 1968-1969 with a new one.
                        Fountain 1960. Materials: Scrap metal, rubber, electric motor.
                       Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam gift of the artist Tinguely.1961.
                    Fountain CII.1968-1969. Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam.Acquired in 1969.

                                                                 Radio sculptures.
Stedelijk's Museum explanation'..Radio Dylaby was only freestanding sculpture in the celebrated Dylaby exhibition at the Stedelijk Museum(1962).One of the few surviving peaces of Dylaby exhibition in Stedelijk's collection.

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