Sarah Sze: Triple Point

Art Privee
May 30, 2013 9:52PM

We can all be very proud of Sarah Sze, who represents the US at the 55th International Art Exhibition—la Biennale in Venice. Sze's spectacular, elegant and lyrical works take over the entire US Pavillion, inside and out.... Using everyday objects, she creates installations that feel organic and alive. It took Sze more than three months to create this on-site work. Sze says that it was very special working in the garden as other artists were also creating their  works for the Biennale.One well known contemporary art collector who had purchased a large work said it eventually took over five rooms of his apartment. When Sze was asked what was planned and what was spontaneous in her work, she responded that there is a central view or core that is in place and then the rest of the work happens.

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