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Marianne Weil
Kouros Gallery
23 East 73rd Street, New York, NY 10021
September 9, 2010 - October 2, 2010

Kouros Gallery, Sculpture Magazine 2011, by Joyce Beckenstein

…..In her recent exhibition, “Ad Fundum: New Bronze Work,” she takes a giant leap through the millennia-a shift in time, accompanied by a shift in perspective……Here, (Panóias, northern Portugal) Weil began her studies for two new sets of work- “The Panóias Cycle” series and The Dig. In these works, she evolves a new style, laying the geometry of civilization over familiar organic forms and substituting the stuff of the 21st century for nature-inspired Neolithic signs and symbols. All of this tells us that we are but a tick on the cosmic clock, that millennia from now, traces of our presence will appear only marginally different from the remains of our prehistoric and ancient brethren.


                        -Joyce Beckenstein

                         Sculpture Magazine, November 2011 

Posted by marianneweil on 8/20/12 | tags: bronze sculpture abstract sculpture sculpture

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