R. M. Fischer

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R. M. Fischer by Daniel Wiener
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R. M. Fischer, the sculptor known in the ’80s and ’90s for creating lamps from wholesale kitchen equipment and various fasteners, has more recently started making work that is wild and funky—vinyl cloth sewn together with ever-so-visible seams. 

R. M. Fischer by Daniel Wiener
Fischer 1 Body

R. M. Fischer, the sculptor known in the ’80s and ’90s for creating lamps from wholesale kitchen equipment and various fasteners, has more recently started making work that is wild and funky—vinyl cloth sewn together with ever-so-visible seams. 

Hanukkah Lamp by R. M. Fischer
R. M. Fischer, Hanukkah Lamp, 1984, (edition of 25) brass, steel, plastic, electric lights, 14 × 12 × 3¾ inches.

Brass, steel, and plastic electric menorah by R. M. Fischer. This piece appears in the portfolio Furniture Designed by Artists, curated by Ursula Helman.

Two Park Gates by R. M. Fischer
R. M. Fischer, East Meets West, Rector Gate, Battery Park City, 1985–89, stainless steel, bronze, granite, and electric lights. © 1988 by Chris Callis. Inset: MacArthur Park Gate, Los Angeles, 1985. © 1988 by Richard Ross

Rector Gate, Battery Park City, stainless steel, bronze, granite, and electric lights, 1985–89; Mac Arthur Park Gate, Los Angeles, steel, aluminum, brass, zinc, concrete, and electric lights, 1985.

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