1983 in art
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The year 1983 in art involved some significant events and new works.
- Richard Beyer's Charles Frederic Swigert Jr. Memorial Fountain installed in Oregon Zoo, Portland.
- Completion of the Christo and Jeanne-Claude environmental artwork, Surrounded Islands, involving eleven islands in Biscayne Bay off Miami being surrounded by 6,500,000 square feet (600,000 m²) of pink fabric.
- Completion of Richard Hamilton's diptych The Citizen.
- Cast of John Seward Johnson II's painted bronze Allow Me installed in Portland, Oregon.
- Jean Tinguely and Niki de Saint Phalle's kinetic artwork, the Stravinsky Fountain near the Centre Pompidou, Paris.
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January to JuneEdit
- 24 February – Roy Krenkel, American illustrator (b.1918).
- 3 March – Hergé, Belgian comics writer and artist (b.1907).
- 21 May – Kenneth Clark, English author, museum director, broadcaster and art historians (b.1903).
- 8 June – Rachel Baes, Belgian painter (b.1912).
July to DecemberEdit
- 14 July – Philip Zec, British editorial cartoonist (b. 1909).
- 18 August – Nikolaus Pevsner, German-born British art historian (b.1902).
- 28 October – Otto Messmer, American animator (b.1892).
- 5 November – Jean-Marc Reiser, French comics creator (b.1941).
- 17 November – John Russell Harper, Canadian art historian (b.1914).
- 2 December – Aart van den IJssel, Dutch sculptor (b.1922).
- 20 December – Bill Brandt, German-born British photographer and photojournalist (b.1904).
- 23 December – Colin Middleton, Irish artist (b.1910).
- 25 December – Joan Miró, Spanish painter, sculptor and ceramicist (b.1893).
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- "MoMA | Joan Miró. The Birth of the World. Montroig, late summer–fall 1925". www.moma.org. Retrieved 2016-09-08.