Art In America

Andreas Blank

at Benrimon Contemporary,
514 W 24 St

 

In his first U.S. solo, German artist Andreas Blank transforms mundane objects like carpentry horses by re-creating them in materials such as marble, alabaster and limestone. Especially fetching are his works consisting of a blank picture in a frame, recalling Allan McCollum's "plaster surrogate" sculptures. 

 

 

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