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Paula Cooper Gallery Presents a Solo Exhibition By Liz Glynn



Jan 07 2017 - Feb 11 2017


LOCATION

Paula Cooper Gallery
534 West 21st Street
New York, NY

Opening Reception:

Jan 07 2017

Paula Cooper Gallery presents eight bronze figurative sculptures by Liz Glynn from her project, The Myth of Singularity. Throughout 2013, Glynn executed a cycle of site-specific performances entitled [de]lusions of Grandeur in response to various monumental sculptures in the collection of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. For The Myth of Singularity, the first of these performances, Glynn produced molds from posthumously cast bronze sculptures by Auguste Rodin in the museum’s collection. Seeking to underscore notions of fragmentation and recombination in Rodin’s atelier process, Glynn, with the assistance of eight young sculptors, built eight fragmentary figures, recombining chunks cast from the original sculptures with gestural accumulations of plaster and oil clay.

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