short biography

George Segal (b. 1924, New York City, NY; d. 2000, New Brunswick, NJ) was known for his environmental life-size white plaster figures. In 1968 and 1977 he participated at documenta 4 and 6 in Kassel. Famous works are "Woman washes her feet" (1965), "The wash-house" (1967), "Blue Girl behind Blue Door" (1977), among others.

Sculptures, sculptures, installations, environments, happenings, graphics plaster casts

http://www.segalfoundation.org/

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group exhibition

Hyperrealism: Sculpture

10. Mar 2018 01. Jul 2018