Wade Saunders Lecture: What, Why & How

New York Studio School
Mar 22, 2016 5:56PM

Tuesday, April 5, 2016 at 6:30PM at the New York Studio School.

Wade Saunders, Maquettes of Case Study Houses, 2013, painted wood, maximum height of 32".

Wade Saunders is a sculptor and art critic. He began exhibiting and teaching in 1975 and started writing for Art in America in 1978. Saunders makes sculpture to answer the questions "What?" "Why?" and "How?" As a critic he has written on the role of studio assistants, the disappearance of Bill Bollinger's oeuvre, the handling of Bas Jan Ader's estate, and written jointly with his wife, Anne Rochette, on the rise of Los Angeles as a sculpture center.  

All lectures at the New York Studio School are free and open to the public. Seating may be limited. 

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