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Creative Debate Among Sculptors, Not Too Loud

Posted by the editors on Wednesday, 2 June 2010

Josephine Meckseper’s show at the Elizabeth Dee Gallery

 image Josephine Meckseper/Elizabeth Dee Gallery/The New York Times

Roberta Smith has written an interesting review of three exhibitions by younger sculptors, entitled “Creative Debate Among Sculptors, Not Too Loud” in the Art Review section of the Art & Design section of The New York Times looking at the current shows by Johannes VanDerBeek (“Another Time Man”, through June 12 at Zach Feuer Gallery, 530 West 24th Street, Chelsea, zachfeuer.com), Josephine Meckseper (through June 26 at Elizabeth Dee, 545 West 20th Street, Chelsea, elizabethdeegallery.com), and Siobhan Liddell (“Ordinary Magic”, through Saturday at CRG Gallery, 535 West 22nd Street, Chelsea, crggallery.com).

Johannes VanDerBeek

image Johannes Vanderbeek/Zach Feuer Gallery

JOHANNES VANDERBEEK, “Another Time Man”, 2010, installation view.

 

image Siobhan Liddell/CRG Gallery

Siobhan Liddell, Untitled, 2010

As usual, Ms Smith’s articulate, sensitive and informed article is well worth reading, and the exhibitions, themselves, are well worth viewing. The article includes a slide show, here.
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