Sarah Sze

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Artists Creat Works from Cut Paper at Joseloff Gallery  
Tauba Auerbach, Jaq Belcher, Doug Beube, Su Blackwell, Sang-ah Choi, Beatrice Coron, Andrea Dezsö, Lesley Dill, Olafur Eliasson, Adam Fowler, Mark Fox, Christopher Gilmour, Red Grooms, Valerie Hammond, Julene Harrison, Andrew Hayes, Carole P. Kunstadt, Guy Laramee, Simone Lourenço, Max Marek, Elsa Mora, Nicole Morello, Claes Oldenburg, Mia Pearlman, Dieter Roth, Rob Ryan, Andy Singleton, Aki Sogabe, Jen Stark, Andrew Sutherland, Richard Sweeney, Sarah Sze, Randal Thurston, Lane Twitchell, Kako Ueda, Crystal Wagner, Letha Wilson at Joseloff Gallery September 9th, 2014 - October 26th, 2014
Posted 9/23/14
Susan Dunne, Hartford Courant, Entertainment, September 22, 2014 "It takes a true artist to create jaw-dropping art from cut up paper." [more]
[VIDEO] Sarah Sze: Triple Point / U.S. Pavilion / Venice Art Biennale 2013   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
Sarah Sze at La Biennale di Venezia (Venice Biennale) June 1st, 2013 - November 24th, 2013
Posted 7/2/13
The New York-based artist Sarah Sze is known for her complex sculptures and site-specific installations made of everyday objects such as tea bags, water bottles, and electric fans. Her works manipulate the space, be it a gallery, domestic interior or public space. This year she represents the United States of America at the 55th International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia in Venice, Italy. Her exhibition features installations inside and outside the Pavilion building. Much of... [more]
The Charm of Small Things   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
Sarah Sze at Victoria Miro Gallery June 20th, 2012 - August 11th, 2012
Posted 8/12/12
An over-proliferation of objects can be oppressive, even claustrophobic. Art that manifests in the familiar guises of consumption—from the tightly stacked shelves of a supermarket to the formless chaos of a rubbish heap—risks being choked by its own mass materialism, as subtler concerns are overlooked in favour of the clumsy and well-trodden path of consumerist critique. For all their material abundance, Sarah Sze's installations at Victoria Miro do not read as a condemnation of a society... [more]
High in the Sky   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
Sarah Sze at The High Line June 8th, 2011 - March 1st, 2012
Posted 8/14/11
Last fall, Sarah Sze offered the New York City art world an invitation into her ethereal, industrial civilization at the Tanya Bonakdar gallery, where she showcased two very memorable works, The Uncountables (The Encyclopedia) and Untitled (Portable Planetarium). Though one year has nearly passed, a part of my mind feels disoriented even now, groping to find a focal point through Sze's organized mess of pebbles, tools, pens, milk cartons, plastic bottles, potted plants, and other objects.... [more]
Following Lines   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
Sarah Sze at Tanya Bonakdar Gallery September 16th, 2010 - October 23rd, 2010
Posted 9/26/10
      Sarah Sze’s installations exist somewhere between magic ritual, science experiment and cabinet of curiosities.  Sze hasn’t done a gallery show in New York for five years, and this time she’s gone all out, filling the entire two floors of Tanya Bonakdar gallery. Following the lines of painter’s tape, string, rope, wire, like schematics lead the eye, we find an extraordinary assemblage of everyday objects, repackaged, repurposed, reinvested with new meaning.  Endless shelves house... [more]
Good Boy: Nauman at the MCA   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
Leon Golub, Donald Judd, Sharon Lockheart, Bruce Nauman, Cindy Sherman, Sarah Sze, Kara Walker at Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) May 10th, 2008 - March 3rd, 2009
Posted 9/1/08
As Madeleine Grynsztejn takes over as Director for the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago (MCA), their ongoing exhibition series "Artists in Depth," perhaps signals the new course that the museum is taking. After showing a "greatest hits" exhibit ("Highlights from the Permanent Collection") this series thoughtfully examines the work of several major artists that the museum has large collections of. This allows the variety of an artist's output to be displayed, so that one gets a sense of the... [more]
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