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20110201072347-andreas_feininger Some Objects Drawn in Space/Some Sculptors Thinking   Pick-button-0f29c6c075c514ef3a12253f1d60018e
Hans Arp, Emil Cimiott, Andreas Feininger, Naum Gabo, Julio Gonzalez, Ibram Lassaw, Henry Moore, Louise Nevelson, Antoine Pevsner, David Smith at The Baltimore Museum of Art July 21st, 2010 - February 20th, 2011
Posted 2/1/11

A quiet exhibition, “Advancing Abstraction” at the Baltimore Museum of Art handily fills two, small galleries at the back with about twenty tabletop-to-medium-sized sculptures alongside a few related prints and sketches. Machine-age works in iron, copper, bronze, metal, steel, and wood from the museum’s collection divulge bit balletics, forest flute trills: Naum Gabo lovingly rubs a Plexiglas curve that frames an oval alabaster and intricately wraps steel spring wire; Ibram Lassaw torch-drips cop... [more]

David_smith_u_1961 Drawing Sculpture   Pick-button-0f29c6c075c514ef3a12253f1d60018e
David Smith at Russell Bowman Art Advisory November 6th, 2009 - January 10th, 2010
Posted 12/14/09

        David Smith (1906-65) drew in space. Instead of carving or constructing volumetric sculptures, he assembled small metal shapes on the floor of his studio and arranged them to create linear forms with open centers. He then welded the metal elements together into free-standing sculptures. Because of his additive, collage-like creative process, Smith produced few preparatory drawings. His works on paper are independent creations that he considered just as important as his 3-D work. Smith... [more]

Jeannemischo Broken Reflections at Heist   Pick-button-0f29c6c075c514ef3a12253f1d60018e
Eric Ayotte, Matthew Bradley, Duane Bruton, Christine Callahan, Angela Cappetta, Drew Conrad, Colleen Cunningham, Carlton DeWoody, Stephanie Dodes, Marta Edmisten, Jonathan Feinstein, Simone Frazier, Rob Hart, Conrad Kofron, Tatiana Kronberg, Christopher Martino, Meredith Miller, Jeanne Mischo, Kelly Mola, Kelly Mudge, Trong Gia Nguyen, John Peery, Tod Seelie, David Smith, Jessica Smith, Tara Smith, Emily Steinfeld, Andrea Taormina, Vadie Turner, Ryan Watkins-Hughes, Bahar Yurukoglu at Heist Gallery July 17th, 2008 - August 10th, 2008
Posted 7/27/08

I’ll Be Your Mirror… So You Can Break Into Endless Shards, on view through August 10th at Heist Gallery, located on a busy stretch of Essex Street, is an uncanny reflection of the Lower East Side itself. The show is a cacophony of colors, textures, faces, youth, sex and religion. John Travolta makes an appearance in a cowboy hat, as does a lit-up bodega Virgin Mary, and there are plenty of empty pill bottles, wounds, and underwear to go around. All of this teeming life and raucous offering is... [more]

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