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Profile image of Nicholas B. DaddazioDaddazio`s subject and sculptural niche since 1992 has been and continues to be necktie sculpture (Contemporary Urban Primitive Art) in both bronze and mixed-media. He studies the necktie as an icon and symbol of Western culture, rather than a fashion statement. He is also the first artist in the four hundred year history of the cravat/necktie to make figurative and representational bronze sculptures of the necktie/cravat. An article in the Italian Magazine, Nodus, (Milano, 2000) describes him as the "Maestra di Trasformismo" (Di Simona P.K. Da...

Sculpture: 'NAA Award/Trophy 1994-2004'
by Nicholas B. Daddazio

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Bronze Necktie sculpture by sculptor Nicholas B. Daddazio titled: 'NAA Award/Trophy 1994-2004'
Bronze Necktie sculpture by sculptor Nicholas B. Daddazio titled: 'NAA Award/Trophy 1994-2004' - Artwork View 1 Bronze Necktie sculpture by sculptor Nicholas B. Daddazio titled: 'NAA Award/Trophy 1994-2004' - Artwork View 2 Bronze Necktie sculpture by sculptor Nicholas B. Daddazio titled: 'NAA Award/Trophy 1994-2004' - Artwork View 3 Bronze Necktie sculpture by sculptor Nicholas B. Daddazio titled: 'NAA Award/Trophy 1994-2004' - Artwork View 4
Sculpture description:
The Neckwear Association of America commissioned Daddazio to design and make their annual award/trophy to honor excellence in the men`s fashion industry at an annual awards luncheon in New York. Fifteen awards were commissioned annually from 1994 to 2004. Some of the recipients were Ralph Lauren, Tommy Hilfger, Kenneth Cole, David Chu, Jhane Barnes, Terry Lundgren, President of Federated Department Stores, and many others.
Artist's comments:
This commission continued from 1994 until the closing of the Neckwear Association of America in 2004.
Dimensions/size: 10 in x 2 1/2 in (height x width)
approx: 25.4 x 6.4 cm
Edition: Commission
Medium: Bronze
Sculptor: Nicholas B. Daddazio [sculptor profile]
Price: Price on Application
Availability: No, artwork probably sold out
Category: Necktie Sculptures
Awards, Trophies, Presentations and Prizes Sculptures
Weight:
Title: NAA Award/Trophy 1994-2004
Finish: Hot Acid Patina
Recommended Usage: Indoors only (finish and/or material and/or size may be unsuitable for the garden)
Year: 1994
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