CURRENTLY 80, curated by John Yau
Friday, February 3, 2017 at 6:57PM
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Currently 80, Curated by John Yau

Celebrating 80 years of teh Sculptores Guild

February 5, 2017 thru February 24, 2017
Opening Reception:
Sunday, February 5th, 1pm–4 p.m.
Closing Reception:
Friday February 24th, 6pm-8pm


Westbeth Gallery,
55 Bethune St, New York, NY 10014 Gallery Hours: 
Wednesdays through Sundays, 1-6 p.m.

Excerpted from John Yau’s essay for the Sculptors Guild Catalog “Currently 80”
 
“Each sculpture embodies a different vision of the world, of the past, present, and future. Some of the sculptures are whimsical: others touch on the tragic. The sculptors present a span of human emotions as wide as the range of their materials, shaped by the mind as much as by the hand. “ 
 
…”this exhibition of works by members of the Sculptors Guild at Westbeth… should serve as a healthy reminder of the importance of the relationship between independence and community. Neither can exist without the other, which is something we should never lose sight of. “
Highlighted former members work on view include Louise Nevelson, Jose de Creeft, Chaim Gross, Jean Woodham, Michael Malpass

Current Guild Members work on view include: Andro & Glicksman, June Ahrens, Mark Attebery, Richard Barnet, Susan Beallor-Snyder, Caroline Bergonzi, Meg Bloom, Gibert Boro, Colin Chase, Irene Christensen, Marilyn Davidson, Mary Annella Mimi Frank, Irene Gennaro, J. T. Gibson, Janet Goldner, Gail Goldsmith, Armando Guiller, Lannie Hart, Sarah Haviland, Paul Higham, Lucy Hodgson, Eve Ingalls, Howard Kalish, Stephen Keltner, Brigid  Kennedy, E Knowles, Pavel Kraus, Coral Penelope Lambert, Thea Lanzisero, Eric David Laxman, Conrad Levenson, Robert Loebell, Elaine Lorenz, Vera Manzi-Schacht, Betty McGeehan, Gina Miccinilli, Elizabeth Miller McCue, Lisa Nanni, Kenneth Payne, Jessica Ramirez, Sawyer Rose, Arlene Rush, Renata Manasse Schwebel, Alvin Sher, Emil Silberman, Robert Smith, Brigitta Varadi, Martha Walker, Andrew Werby, Michael Wolf

 

 

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