Three Dimensions: Modern & Contemporary Approaches to Relief and Sculpture

Exhibition extended through December 15, 2017

El Anatsui, Metas III, 2014

Found aluminum and copper wire, 110 x 114 inches

© El Anatsui

Henry Moore

Reclining Figure No. 2, 1953

Bronze with brown and green patina

36 inches long (91.4 cm)

© The Henry Moore Foundation. All Rights Reserved, DACS 2017/ www.henry-moore.org

Alexander Calder, Small White Discs, 1953

Standing mobile: painted sheet metal and wire, 33 x 38 x 27 inces

© 2017 Calder Foundation, New York / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

 

Fausto Melotti, Senza titolo (Untitled), c. 1946

Painted clay, 22 7 1/6 x 26 3/4 z 2 9/16 inches

© Fondazione Fausto Melotti. Courtesy the Estate of Fausto Melotti and Hauser & Wirth.

Press Release

Acquavella Galleries is pleased to present a group exhibition, Three Dimensions: Modern and Contemporary Approaches to Relief and Sculpture, from September 25 – November 17, 2017.

On view will be sculptural work in a variety of media, from cast bronzes by Edgar Degas and Henri Laurens, to ceramic works by Fausto Melotti, Pablo Picasso, and Joan Miró, a standing metal mobile by Alexander Calder, fabric works stitched by Louise Bourgeois and Claes Oldenburg, to Eva Hesse’s relief made of industrial materials and El Anatsui’s wall assemblage constructed of discarded newspaper plates.

The exhibition will focus on twentieth and twenty-first century work, representing seminal artists from across Europe, the United States, South America, and West Africa. Works on view will explore several key ideas in modern and contemporary sculptural practice, such as the exploration of unorthodox materials, new choices in subject matter, and the dissolution of the boundary between painting and sculpture.

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Media Contacts:

For interviews, background and images, please contact:

Kat Mills

Blue Medium, Inc

Tel: +1-212-675-1800

kat@bluemedium.com

 

Emily Crowley

Acquavella Galleries

Tel: +1-212-734-6300

emily@acquavellagalleries.com

 

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