Art In America

Arlene Shechet

at Sikkema Jenkins,
530 W. 22nd St.

It's difficult not to think of Ken Price when meandering among Arlene Shechet's delightfully blobby, and at times architectonic, ceramic sculptures. Each of the 14 pieces in "Slip" is perched on a wood, concrete or steel plinth, lifting the mottled, glazed vessels up to a human scale.

 

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