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Person of The Week (Claes Oldenburg) #157226

ABC Evening News for Friday, Oct 06, 1995
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Sculptor Claes Oldenburg, the master of small things made bigger, profiled; scenes shown from the Guggenheim Museum, of his large pieces, such as a giant clothespin in Philadelphia, his freedom stamp in Cleveland, Ohio, shuttlecocks in Kansas City, Missouri and flashlight in Las Vegas, NV. [OLDENBURG - explains his view of making art available to the public.] [CHICAGOAN - criticizes Oldenburg's baseball bat.] Oldenburg's art career reviewed.

Jennings, Peter

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