Carol K. Brown
Leslie Dill. Squares
Niki de Saint-Phalle
From Stone to Foam, a group exhibition of sculpture, will be held at Nohra Haime Gallery. The exhibition traces some of the different approaches and materials used in sculpture in the last fifty years. It will display dimensional works from over two-dozen artists...
From Stone to Foam, a group exhibition of sculpture, will be held at Nohra Haime Gallery from February 22 through April 6, 2002. The exhibition traces some of the different approaches and materials used in sculpture in the last fifty years. It will display dimensional works from over two-dozen artists, ranging in style from stone sculptors Ulrich Ruckriem and Lika Mutal to colorful classics by Jean Dubuffet, Alexander Calder, Sophia Vari, Roy Lichtenstein and Niki de Saint-Phalle. Cindy Sherman's 1990 tureen Madame de Pompadour, Javier Marin's grandiose terracotta figures, Rebecca Horn's box construction Herman Melville, "Moby Dick", a copper flowerpot by Nicola Bolla, further elaborate the inventiveness in sculpture.
Among the wall pieces are rubber, plastic and bronze wall sculptures that create a veritable portrait gallery of dark, otherworldly creatures from Carol K. Brown's Album Series, a hanging rug in painted foam, representing a garden by Piero Gilardi, a copper poem figure by Leslie Dill. Squares, where unlikely substances like copper, glass and wax are paired to startling, luscious effects by Susana Jaime-Mena; a colorful construction by Carole Sebororovski, and a gap shorts in silver by Donald Lipsky.
Mixing bronze and stone to make the materials flow are Bryan Hunt and John Van Alstine. Lalanne's stone fountain. A T-shaped sculpture of gourds by Maria Fernanda Cardoso, a palette soaked in plastic pieces by Tony Cragg. The human figure has not lost its place, from a Henry Moore reclining nude to Fernando Botero's sensuous forms, to Isabel de Obaldia's glass sculptures. And we could not leave out Kinetic sculptors George Rickey, Harry Bertoia and Pedro De Movellan.
Featured works by: Harry Bertoia, Nicola Bolla, Fernando Botero, Carol K. Brown, Alexander Calder, Maria Fernanda Cardoso, Tony Cragg, Pedro De Movellan, Lesley Dill, Jean Dubuffet, Piero Gilardi, Rebecca Horn, Ire Ilgen, Bryan Hunt, Susana Jaime-Mena, FranÃ§ois-Xavier Lalanne, Roy Lichtenstein, Hilla Lulu Lin, Guy Limone, Javier Marin, Henry Moore, Lika Mutal, Isabel de Obaldia, Claes Oldenburg, George Rickey, Niki de Saint-Phalle, Carole Seborovski, Cindy Sherman, Adam Straus, Tomoaki Suzuki, John Van Alstine, Sophia Vari and others.
OPENING: Tuesday, February 19, 6- 8 PM
HOURS: Tuesday - Saturday 10 AM to 6 PM
For further information contact Nohra Haime
Nohra Haime Gallery
41 East 57th Street
New York, NY 10022
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