NEW YORK—Marlborough Gallery in Chelsea is featuring sculptures large and small by Clement Meadmore (1929-2005). The sculptures make quite a statement in the space.
According to the gallery, Australian-born Meadmore “explained his three goals in creating sculpture were to explore the expressive potential of geometry, to make the whole piece comprehensible from any viewpoint, and to avoid the appearance of a front and a back in the sculpture. His works typically involve a rectangular form that dynamically twists and moves through space, seemingly creating itself in the process.”
“Clemont Meadmore: Sculpture” is on view from Dec. 8, 2011, to this Saturday, Jan. 14, 2012.
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