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METAL: American Sculpture, 1945-1970

November 6, 2015 – January 16, 2016


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Ruth Asawa (1926-2013)
Untitled (S.567/50), c.1950
copper wire
10" x 10" x 9"

Ruth Asawa (1926-2013)
Untitled (S.066/60), 1960
copper wire
22" x 14 1/2" x 8"

Ruth Asawa (1926-2013)
Untitled (S.769/60), c.1960
brass wire
22" x 25 1/2" x 16"

Ruth Asawa (1926-2013)
Untitled (S.359), c.1953-74
copper wire
14" x 16 1/2" x 17" 

Harry Bertoia (1915-1978)
Untitled, c.1962
brass coated steel
14 1/2" x 33" x 22 1/4"

Harry Bertoia (1915-1978)
Untitled (Tree), c.1962
welded copper and bronze with applied patina
42" x 24 1/2" x 26 1/2"

Barbara Chase-Riboud (b.1939)
Bathers, 1969
aluminum and silk
11" x 120" x 80"

Harold Cousins (1916-1992)
Untitled, 1958
welded iron, patina, with cement base
54" x 9 1/4" x 9 1/4", signed and dated

Dorothy Dehner (1901-1994)
Rites at Sal Safaeni Number 2, 1958
bronze
24 1/2" x 10 1/8" x 2 3/4", signed and dated

Paul Evans (1931-1987)
Untitled, c.1960
bronze, polychrome steel and paint
31 1/2" x 30 1/4" x 15"

Claire Falkenstein (1908-1997)
Suspension, 1958
copper tubing and copper wire
49" x 96 1/2" x 38 1/2"

Claire Falkenstein (1908-1997)
Untitled, c.1971
steel and glass
10 1/2" x 16" x 15 1/2"

Herbert Ferber (1906-1991)
Homage to Piranesi II, 1962
copper and brass
37" x 19" x 18 3/4", signed and dated

Herbert Ferber (1906-1991)
Sphere, 1949
lead and brass on wood base
25" x 8 1/4" x 9", signed and dated

Sidney Gordin (1918-1996)
Construction, 1953
brass
88 1/2" x 32 3/4" x 32 1/8", signed

Nancy Grossman (b.1940)
Mummy, 1965
metal, leather, fabric, wood, bristle and paint assemblage on canvas mounted on plywood
73 1/2" x 77 1/4" x 15 3/4", signed and dated

 

Dimitri Hadzi (1921-2006)
Untitled (Lincoln Center Study), 1964
bronze on concrete base
22 7/8" x 11" x 8 3/4" including base, signed

David Hare (1917-1992)
Untitled, c.1952
steel, copper rods, various metals, and paint
71 1/2" x 51" x 18"

David Hare (1917-1992)
Untitled, c.1949
welded steel
33" x 26 1/4" x 6 1/2"

Richard Hunt (b.1935)
Untitled, c.1956
welded steel
30 1/2" x 19" x 12 1/2"

Ibram Lassaw (1913-2003)
Act Three, 1963
copper sheet covered in nickel silver, bronze, silicon bronze and phosphor bronze
21 3/4" x 20" x 14 1/2", signed and dated

Ibram Lassaw (1913-2003)
Apsaras, 1959
bronze
25" x 12 3/4" x 6 1/2", signed and dated

Seymour Lipton (1903-1986)
Portrait of a Poet, 1948
lead
16" x 17 1/2" x 7"

Seymour Lipton (1903-1986)
Spinner, c.1960
nickel silver on Monel metal
10" x 7" x 6 1/2"

Conrad Marca-Relli (1913-2000)
L-11-63 (Pilot II), 1963
collage of various metals with oil on metal
65 3/8" x 78 3/8", signed and dated

 

Conrad Marca-Relli (1913-2000)
S-I-SCP-66, 1966
brass, copper and resin on wooden base
11 3/8" x 10" x 4 7/8" including base

Theodore Roszak (1907-1981)
Rite of Passage, 1952-53
nickel silver brazed on steel
50 1/2" x 26" x 13", signed

Rudolph Seno (1929-1997)
The Eye, c.1960
welded steel, brass tin and copper
30" x 25" x 22", signed



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ASAWA   BERTOIA   BONTECOU   CHAMBERLAIN   CHASE-RIBOUD   COUSINS

DEHNER   DIEBENKORN   DI SUVERO   EDWARDS   EVANS   FALKENSTEIN  

FERBER   GORDIN   GRAVES   GROSSMAN   HADZI   HARE   HUNT   LASSAW

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SPECIAL EVENT & RECEPTION WITH AUTHOR DAVID J. GETSY

Saturday, November 21st / 5-7pm

Gallery Talk starts at 5:30pm; Booksigning to follow

Gallery Talk and Reception with art historian David J. Getsy, celebrating the release of his new book Abstract Bodies: Sixties Sculpture in the Expanded Field of Gender, published by Yale University Press. This book examines abstract sculpture in the 1960s that came to propose unconventional and open accounts of bodies, persons, and genders. Drawing on transgender and queer theory, David J. Getsy offers innovative and archivally rich new interpretations of artworks by and critical writing about four major artists – Dan Flavin (1933-1966), Nancy Grossman (b.1940), John Chamberlain (1927-2011), and David Smith (1906-1965). David J. Getsy is Goldabelle McComb Finn Distinguished Professor of Art History at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.

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