Helmut Lang: Sculptures, NYC, 4 May 2012


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Friday evening, I had the chance to check out Helmut Lang’s sculptures in New York City.  The show, Helmut Lang: Sculptures, which runs from May 4, 2012 to June 15, 2012 is a collection of 20 abstract sculptures the designer/artist created using rubber, foam, plaster, sheepskin, and tar.

The repeating forms of the sculptures were exhibited across both rooms, which include layers of materials stacked high, some even 5 feet tall.

The symbolism is pretty obvious…

This was a pretty interesting exhibit.  In spite of appearances, the plaster and tar make the seemingly soft pieces actually hard.  I just wanted to touch every piece, and feel their textures.  If you have a chance, check out the exhibit at 24 Washington Square North in New York City.

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Here’s a short video I did of Lang’s exhibit from Friday’s reception.

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