Fred Sandback

June 2nd, 2016

Ever since first encountering his miraculous yarn pieces at Dia:Beacon last year I've been completely transfixed by the work of Fred Sandback. Something about the way his simple beautiful lines re-contextualize a space and the way it feels is totally magical.

His Untitled from my birth year is currently up at The Drawing Center and it's just as impressive as the larger scale works at Dia. This is work that profoundly challenges what art can do, and I'm absolutely loving it.

See Also:
On Perception | news item | April, 2017
Epiphany | news item | April, 2017
Recording The Four Pillars | news item | August, 2016
A Cageian Dream | news item | January, 2013
Transit Festival in Leuven | news item | October, 2016
Abstract | news item | February, 2017
Light and Space | news item | March, 2017