William King sees his sculptures as autobiography.

William King’s sculptures are said to be interpretations of life. He is best known for his figurative silhouettes and linear constructions. He states, “Anyone interested in meaning, can read me like a book, and the work itself as autobiography”.

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Tennis for Money

Tennis for Money, 1990, by William King
120 (h) x 100 (w) x 100 (d) in.

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