George Herms

George Herms
George Herms
George Herms
Male
United States
1935
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  • George Herms - photo credit Interview Magazine

George Herms is an American artist born in 1935, well-known for his assemblages created out of discarded, rusty, or broken every-day objects. Throughout his long career, which began in the late 1940s, the artist made artwork coming out of his experiences in the Beat Generation, with writers and poets – Burroughs, Kerouac, Ginsberg and artists, among whom were Kienholz, Wallace Berman, and Rauschenberg.

 

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