Tom Friedman’s Untitles

Untitled after Tom Friedman Play Doh, 1997

Blood money


After untitled


Genesis after Tom Friedman

Tom Friedman the writes the Solomon R. Guggenheim creates sculptures out of everyday materials. Since 1990 he has worked with such commonplace household items as toothpaste, cubes of sugar, cereal boxes, Pepto-Bismol, and Life Savers. With painstakingly labor-intensive and time-consuming craftsmanship, Friedman transforms these modest resources into delicate, whimsical, and uncanny objects, ranging from self-portraits to abstract geometric configurations.


A cup of sait after Tom Friedman


The Devil’ nest


The Devil’ nest II


The Devil’ nest III

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