Object Image / Erik Levine / Sculpture and Video
New York-based sculptor Erik Levine rose to prominence, in part, because of his use of humble plywood in massive installations. In 2011, the Museum acquired one of his large-scale sculptures for its permanent collection. The ironically titled Hand-Held (1997) is made of Levine’s trademark material and measures an imposing 14 feet in length. This exhibition marks the debut of this new acquisition.
Levine began working with plywood as his material of choice and had an on- again, off-again relationship… Show more
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