Barry Le Va, ‘Black & Maroon Felt, Glass (Whitney Variations)’, 1967/1998, David Nolan Gallery
Barry Le Va, ‘Black & Maroon Felt, Glass (Whitney Variations)’, 1967/1998, David Nolan Gallery
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Barry Le Va

Black & Maroon Felt, Glass (Whitney Variations), 1967/1998

Black and red ink, stamped ink, and graphite on paper
7 9/16 × 11 1/4 in
19.2 × 28.6 cm
This is a unique work.
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New York
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Barry Le Va
American, b. 1941
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With unconventional materials and reductive forms, Barry Le Va redefined sculpture by introducing …

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With unconventional materials and reductive forms, Barry Le Va redefined sculpture by introducing new subjects, formats, and modes of production in the 1960s in tandem with Richard Serra and Eva Hesse, among others. He aimed to mentally engage his audience through process-oriented works (entailing layering, crushing, …

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Barry Le Va, ‘Black & Maroon Felt, Glass (Whitney Variations)’, 1967/1998, David Nolan Gallery
Barry Le Va, ‘Black & Maroon Felt, Glass (Whitney Variations)’, 1967/1998, David Nolan Gallery
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Barry Le Va
American, b. 1941
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With unconventional materials and reductive forms, Barry Le Va redefined sculpture by introducing …

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With unconventional materials and reductive forms, Barry Le Va redefined sculpture by introducing new subjects, formats, and modes of production in the 1960s in tandem with Richard Serra and Eva Hesse, among others. He aimed to mentally engage his audience through process-oriented works (entailing layering, crushing, …

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Barry Le Va

Black & Maroon Felt, Glass (Whitney Variations), 1967/1998

Black and red ink, stamped ink, and graphite on paper
7 9/16 × 11 1/4 in
19.2 × 28.6 cm
This is a unique work.
Contact For Price
location
New York
Have a question? Read our FAQ.