maihudson
maihudson:

Lars Englund, Volume, 1964-67 ” Lars Englund creates intricate meetings between the actual work and the surrounding space in which the relation between work and the space is as important as the work itself. A subtle interplay between the inner and outer spatiality arises. The sculptures have such an inherent power that, despite their delicate appearance they fill every void. With no clear beginning or definite end Englund’s sculptures defines and shapes the surrounding room. “→

maihudson:

Lars Englund, Volume, 1964-67

 ” Lars Englund creates intricate meetings between the actual work and the surrounding space in which the relation between work and the space is as important as the work itself. A subtle interplay between the inner and outer spatiality arises. The sculptures have such an inherent power that, despite their delicate appearance they fill every void. With no clear beginning or definite end Englund’s sculptures defines and shapes the surrounding room. “

hyperallergic
hyperallergic:

(via Unpacking Willard Boepple’s Monoprints)
Willard Boepple’s solo show of monoprints at Lori Bookstein Fine Art opens with one of the artist’s mounted resin works, “Ways and Means” (2002), a purple structure of overlapping translucent geometric forms. The monoprints, which take their inspiration from Boepple’s resin work, maintain the same translucent, overlapping quality introduced to the viewer by the only sculpture in the show.
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hyperallergic:

(via Unpacking Willard Boepple’s Monoprints)

Willard Boepple’s solo show of monoprints at Lori Bookstein Fine Art opens with one of the artist’s mounted resin works, “Ways and Means” (2002), a purple structure of overlapping translucent geometric forms. The monoprints, which take their inspiration from Boepple’s resin work, maintain the same translucent, overlapping quality introduced to the viewer by the only sculpture in the show.

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