Mark di Suvero, ‘Reason and Chaos’, 2017, Paula Cooper Gallery
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Mark di Suvero

Reason and Chaos, 2017

Titanium, steel
21 1/2 × 38 1/2 × 9 in
54.6 × 97.8 × 22.9 cm
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Location
New York
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Mark di Suvero
American, b. 1933
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Working in the tradition of David Smith and Alexander Calder, Abstract sculptor Mark di Suvero builds colorful and monumental outdoor sculptures. His works incorporate steel, wood, railroad ties, scrap metal, moving or swinging parts, and, most characteristically, industrial I-beams. Using a masterful welding technique to work on all of his sculptures himself, di Suvero integrates found objects and cast-off industrial materials into bold, expressive compositions. His practice is seen by many as a close approximation of the Abstract Expressionist concerns with material, gesture, and form typically found in painting.

Mark di Suvero, ‘Reason and Chaos’, 2017, Paula Cooper Gallery
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About the work
Mark di Suvero
American, b. 1933
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Working in the tradition of David Smith and Alexander Calder, Abstract sculptor Mark di Suvero builds colorful and monumental outdoor sculptures. His works incorporate steel, wood, railroad ties, scrap metal, moving or swinging parts, and, most characteristically, industrial I-beams. Using a masterful welding technique to work on all of his sculptures himself, di Suvero integrates found objects and cast-off industrial materials into bold, expressive compositions. His practice is seen by many as a close approximation of the Abstract Expressionist concerns with material, gesture, and form typically found in painting.

Mark di Suvero

Reason and Chaos, 2017

Titanium, steel
21 1/2 × 38 1/2 × 9 in
54.6 × 97.8 × 22.9 cm
.
Contact For Price
Location
New York
Have a question? Visit our help center.
Want to sell a work by this artist? Consign with Artsy.
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