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Rachael Gorchov’s three-dimensional objects are both abstract and representational, and exist somewhere between painting and sculpture. They also explore inherent dualities such as inside vs. outside, front vs. back, flat vs. curved, and pattern vs. image.

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Rachael Gorchov’s work comfortably inhabits a nexus of complimentary creative practices. Her three-dimensional objects are both abstract and representational, and exist somewhere between painting and sculpture. They also explore inherent dualities such as inside vs. outside, front vs. back, flat vs. curved, and pattern vs. image.

Gorchov is best known for her wall works, which protrude into space …

Rachael Gorchov’s work comfortably inhabits a nexus of complimentary creative practices. Her three-dimensional objects are both abstract and representational, and exist somewhere between painting and sculpture. They also explore inherent dualities such as inside vs. outside, front vs. back, flat vs. curved, and pattern vs. image.

Gorchov is best known for her wall works, which protrude into space through irregular concave shapes. She creates these forms with a variety of materials, depending on the scale of the artwork. The larger structures are a combination of studio-made paper clay on an …

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Location

59 Wooster St., 2nd fl.
New York, NY, US
Monday, Sunday, Closed
Tuesday–Saturday, 10am–6:30pm