A photograph of a sculpture by artist John Chamberlain titled “Mr. Press,” from 1961. The sculpture, which is mounted on a white wall, is made of crushed automobile parts, paint, and fabric that have been bent and assembled to resemble some kind of machine, or a flower. Some of the metal is cream, while other parts are cherry red, dandelion yellow, or sky blue.
Cite this article as: , "Mr. Press," in VoCA Journal, March 27, 2017, https://journal.voca.network/donald-judd-writings/10-jf_2014_00469_lr/.