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"Triple Point (Planetarium)," 2013, is reproduced from Triple Point, the exhibition catalog for Sarah Sze
CORY REYNOLDS | DATE 10/25/2013

Sarah Sze: Triple Point

This detail of "Triple Point (Planetarium)," 2013, is reproduced from Triple Point, the exhibition catalog for Sarah Sze's sculptural installation at this year's Venice Biennale, co-published by The Bronx Museum of the Arts and Gregory R. Miller & Co. Carey Lovelace and Holly Block write, "Sze is part of a post-conceptual early-twenty-first-century ethos. With a trace of postmodern detachment, even humor, Sze and other artists as diverse as Julie Mehretu, Mark Bradford, Jessica Stockholder and Wade Guyton have returned to modernism itself for fresh ideas about the visual-plastic encounter with the phenomenological world. They have moved beyond the identity politics and theoretical ideologies of the early 2000s. Sze in her turn to abstraction, has chosen particularly nuanced territory, one that includes a colliding interaction between two and three dimensions, a choreographic element, and an inquiry into the many adroit ways autobiographical content can be indirectly conveyed, yet concealed. Her work is, in its way, as potent as cubism or minimalism's redefinition of the compositional possibilities of art."

Sarah Sze: Triple Point

Sarah Sze: Triple Point

Gregory R. Miller & Co./The Bronx Museum of the Arts
Hbk, 6.75 x 9.75 in. / 160 pgs / 64 color.





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