I visited an exhibition of work by Meret Oppenheim at the Guggenheim Museum. The techniques she uses are strikingly varied. There is no continuous, consistent style. Nevertheless, I experienced her way of thinking, her way of looking at the world and of intervening in it through her work as coherent and integral. So there is probably no point in wondering just what it is that stylistically links the famous fur cup and the snake made up of pieces of coal. Didn't Meret Oppenheim once say that every idea needs its proper form to be effective?
That was the last book clipping on the CorkBoard.
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