Richard Long, Houston Circle via Sperone Westwater
Sperone Westwater, founded by an Italian art dealer Gian Enzo Sperone in 1975, represents both established and new cutting-edge artists. Currently showing at the gallery located in the West Village in New York is a group exhibit titled “Sculpture Show.” Works by Bertozzi & Casoni, Malcolm Morley, Mario Merz, Tom Sachs, Richard Long, Bruce Nauman and others are currently showing at the “Sculpture Show.” The exhibit runs through Friday September 4th.
Wim Delvoye, D-11 Scale Model 2.0 via Sperone Westwater
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Malcolm Morley, Ring of Fire via Sperone Westwater
“Sculpture Show” much in the tradition of Sperone Westwater gallery explores works of artists representing different art movements, various generations and national backgrounds. Work by Mario Merz- an artist whose name connotes one of the most influential Italian movements, Arte Povera, shares space with a video installation by American Bruce Nauman. Both are known for investigating the boundaries of perception, whether working with language and vision or architecture and spacial conception. Currently on view at the gallery are also works by Richard Long and Tom Sachs, who has two works on view at the gallery.
Bertozzi & Casoni, Pot Pouri via Sperone Westwater
Tom Sachs, Duralast via Sperone Westwater
Bruce Nauman, Good Boy Bad Boy on view at Sperone Westwater
Mario Merz, Bisonti (Bison) at Sperone Westwater