SculptureCenter

Apr 02

FEATURED ARTIST: Daniel Sinsel,  Untitled, 2009. Bronze, sapele wood, bistre ink. Overall: 98.5 x 52 x 50 cm, each cymbal: 14.5 cm x 42.5 cm, each block: 49.1 x 49.1 x 28.3 cm. Courtesy the artist and Micky Schubert, Berlin; Office Baroque, Brussels and Sadie Coles HQ, London.
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FEATURED ARTIST: Daniel Sinsel,  Untitled, 2009. Bronze, sapele wood, bistre ink. Overall: 98.5 x 52 x 50 cm, each cymbal: 14.5 cm x 42.5 cm, each block: 49.1 x 49.1 x 28.3 cm. Courtesy the artist and Micky Schubert, Berlin; Office Baroque, Brussels and Sadie Coles HQ, London.

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Apr 01

FEATURED ARTIST: Daniel Sinsel, Untitled, 2009. Plaster, aluminium, jute, diameter 49 cm. Courtesy the artist and Micky Schubert, Berlin; Office Baroque, Brussels and Sadie Coles HQ, London.
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FEATURED ARTIST: Daniel Sinsel, Untitled, 2009. Plaster, aluminium, jute, diameter 49 cm. Courtesy the artist and Micky Schubert, Berlin; Office Baroque, Brussels and Sadie Coles HQ, London.

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Mar 31

FEATURED ARTIST: Daniel Sinsel

Daniel Sinsel’s minimal yet intricately detailed works reflect a focus on the nature sculpture and on the particular qualities and associations of the materials he uses. These materials carry meaning through their origins and historical resonances. Sinsel underscores the alchemy of using one material as the basis for representing another material. His sculptures are preoccupied with spaces, forms and textures. These tactile pieces speak of craft-based methods of construction such as weaving, folding and sewing, through which states of rigidity and flaccidity are alluded to in various forms. Despite the technical nature of their making, the result is human, sensual and anti-modernist in form.Born in 1976 in Munich, Daniel Sinsel received his B.A. in painting from the Chelsea College of Art and Design, London, in 2002 and his M.F. in painting from the Royal College of Art in 2004. Sinsel has held solo exhibitions at Micky Schubert, Berlin (2013 & 2009), Office Baroque, Antwerp (2011), Chisenhale Gallery, London (2011); The Breeder, Athens (2008); Sadie Coles HQ, London (2012, 2009 & 2007) and Luisa Strina Sao Paulo (2006). His work has also been featured at Studio Voltaire, London (2012); Kaleidoscipe Project Space, Milan (2011); Galeria Franco Noero, Milan (2010); Jerwood Space, London (2010); Royal College of Art, London (2009); MoMA, New York (2009); Institute of Contemporary Arts, London (2007); Hauser & Wirth, Zürich (2005) and Andrea Rosen Gallery, New York (2004).

Daniel Sinsel. Untitled, 2009. Terracotta, copper, eggshell, plaster, wheat flour, pH neutral PVA glue. 29 x 23 x 23 cm. Courtesy the artist and Micky Schubert, Berlin; Office Baroque, Brussels and Sadie Coles HQ, London.
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FEATURED ARTIST: Daniel Sinsel

Daniel Sinsel’s minimal yet intricately detailed works reflect a focus on the nature sculpture and on the particular qualities and associations of the materials he uses. These materials carry meaning through their origins and historical resonances. Sinsel underscores the alchemy of using one material as the basis for representing another material. His sculptures are preoccupied with spaces, forms and textures. These tactile pieces speak of craft-based methods of construction such as weaving, folding and sewing, through which states of rigidity and flaccidity are alluded to in various forms. Despite the technical nature of their making, the result is human, sensual and anti-modernist in form.

Born in 1976 in Munich, Daniel Sinsel received his B.A. in painting from the Chelsea College of Art and Design, London, in 2002 and his M.F. in painting from the Royal College of Art in 2004. Sinsel has held solo exhibitions at Micky Schubert, Berlin (2013 & 2009), Office Baroque, Antwerp (2011), Chisenhale Gallery, London (2011); The Breeder, Athens (2008); Sadie Coles HQ, London (2012, 2009 & 2007) and Luisa Strina Sao Paulo (2006). His work has also been featured at Studio Voltaire, London (2012); Kaleidoscipe Project Space, Milan (2011); Galeria Franco Noero, Milan (2010); Jerwood Space, London (2010); Royal College of Art, London (2009); MoMA, New York (2009); Institute of Contemporary Arts, London (2007); Hauser & Wirth, Zürich (2005) and Andrea Rosen Gallery, New York (2004).

Daniel Sinsel. Untitled, 2009. Terracotta, copper, eggshell, plaster, wheat flour, pH neutral PVA glue. 29 x 23 x 23 cm. Courtesy the artist and Micky Schubert, Berlin; Office Baroque, Brussels and Sadie Coles HQ, London.

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Mar 30

ON VIEW at SculptureCenter:
Radamés “Juni” Figueroa: NAGUABO RAINBOW, DAGUAO ENCHUMBAO, FANGO FIREFLIES
Radamés “Juni” Figueroa, Tropical Readymade (Basketball, Soccer Ball), SculptureCenter, 2014. Basketball, Soccer ball, soil, rocks, plants. Dimensions variable. Courtesy the artist and SculptureCenter.
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ON VIEW at SculptureCenter:

Radamés “Juni” Figueroa: NAGUABO RAINBOW, DAGUAO ENCHUMBAO, FANGO FIREFLIES

Radamés “Juni” Figueroa, Tropical Readymade (Basketball, Soccer Ball), SculptureCenter, 2014. Basketball, Soccer ball, soil, rocks, plants. Dimensions variable. Courtesy the artist and SculptureCenter.

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Mar 29

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Mar 28

ON VIEW at SculptureCenter:
Jumana Manna: Menace of Origins
Jumana Manna, Al-Kazakhani Tombstones I-V (detail), 2010, SculptureCenter, 2014. Bronze casts of tombstones. Dimensions variable. Courtesy the artist and SculptureCenter.
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ON VIEW at SculptureCenter:

Jumana Manna: Menace of Origins

Jumana Manna, Al-Kazakhani Tombstones I-V (detail), 2010, SculptureCenter, 2014. Bronze casts of tombstones. Dimensions variableCourtesy the artist and SculptureCenter.

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Mar 27

FEATURED ARTIST: Thomas Albdorf, Diagonal, (From “I’m not yet out of the Woods”), 2012. Pigment print on Epson baryta paper, 40 x 60 cm. Courtesy the artist.
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FEATURED ARTIST: Thomas AlbdorfDiagonal, (From “I’m not yet out of the Woods”), 2012. Pigment print on Epson baryta paper, 40 x 60 cm. Courtesy the artist.

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Mar 26

FEATURED ARTIST: Thomas Albdorf, Untitled #4 (From “Former Writer: Colour on Surface”), 2013. Pigment print on Tecco matte paper, 60 x 80 cm total. Courtesy the artist.
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FEATURED ARTIST: Thomas AlbdorfUntitled #4 (From “Former Writer: Colour on Surface”), 2013. Pigment print on Tecco matte paper, 60 x 80 cm total. Courtesy the artist.

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FEATURED ARTIST: Thomas Albdorf, Untitled, 2013. Pigment print on Tecco matte paper, 60 x 80 cm total. Courtesy the artist.
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FEATURED ARTIST: Thomas Albdorf, Untitled, 2013. Pigment print on Tecco matte paper, 60 x 80 cm total. Courtesy the artist.

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Mar 25

FEATURED ARTIST: Thomas Albdorf, Styrofoam, 2014. 2 pigment prints on Epson baryta paper, 90 x 60 cm total. Courtesy the artist.
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FEATURED ARTIST: Thomas Albdorf, Styrofoam, 2014. 2 pigment prints on Epson baryta paper, 90 x 60 cm total. Courtesy the artist.

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Mar 24

FEATURED ARTIST: Thomas Albdorf 
Despite working with various media, Thomas Albdorf (b. 1982, Linz, Upper Austria) focuses primarily on photography and sculpture in his work – in particular, the intersection area between both practices, their shifting perceptions and their decontextualization caused by internet distribution. After working for several years as a Graphic Designer and Art Director, he studied Transmediale Kunst at the University of Applied Arts, Vienna, where he graduated in 2013. Albdorf was recently selected as one of British Journal of Photography’s Ones to Watch for 2014. His work has been exhibited throughout galleries in Austria, Germany, Sweden, UK & the United States, and Albdorf has been featured / interviewed in magazines and blogs such as British Journal of Photography, It‘s Nice That, Phaidon UK, Computer Arts Magazine, Tell Mum Everything is Okay, A5 Magazine, Eloquence Magazine, Aint Bad, Mossless and many more. He currently lives and works in Vienna, Austria, and is working on his first publication with Danish publisher Lodret Vandret.
Thomas Albdorf, Evelyn shaking a Bottle of Water, 2013. C-Print, 60 x 90 cm. Courtesy the artist.
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FEATURED ARTIST: Thomas Albdorf

Despite working with various media, Thomas Albdorf (b. 1982, Linz, Upper Austria) focuses primarily on photography and sculpture in his work – in particular, the intersection area between both practices, their shifting perceptions and their decontextualization caused by internet distribution. After working for several years as a Graphic Designer and Art Director, he studied Transmediale Kunst at the University of Applied Arts, Vienna, where he graduated in 2013. Albdorf was recently selected as one of British Journal of Photography’s Ones to Watch for 2014. His work has been exhibited throughout galleries in Austria, Germany, Sweden, UK & the United States, and Albdorf has been featured / interviewed in magazines and blogs such as British Journal of Photography, It‘s Nice That, Phaidon UK, Computer Arts Magazine, Tell Mum Everything is Okay, A5 Magazine, Eloquence Magazine, Aint Bad, Mossless and many more. He currently lives and works in Vienna, Austria, and is working on his first publication with Danish publisher Lodret Vandret.

Thomas Albdorf, Evelyn shaking a Bottle of Water, 2013. C-Print, 60 x 90 cm. Courtesy the artist.

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Mar 23

ON VIEW at SculptureCenter:
Jumana Manna: Menace of Origins

Jumana Manna, Palms, SculptureCenter, 2014. Plexiglas box, scrap metal. 31.5 x 17.7 x 10.6 x 12.6 x 15 x 11.8 x 15.7 x 22.4 x 8.7 inches. Courtesy the artist and SculptureCenter.

ON VIEW at SculptureCenter:

Jumana Manna: Menace of Origins

Jumana Manna, Palms, SculptureCenter, 2014. Plexiglas box, scrap metal. 31.5 x 17.7 x 10.6 x 12.6 x 15 x 11.8 x 15.7 x 22.4 x 8.7 inches. Courtesy the artist and SculptureCenter.

Mar 22

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Mar 21

ON VIEW at SculptureCenter:
Radamés “Juni” Figueroa: NAGUABO RAINBOW, DAGUAO ENCHUMBAO, FANGO FIREFLIES
Through May 12, 2014
Tropical Readymade (Backpack), SculptureCenter, 2014. Backpack, soil, rocks, plants. Dimensions variable. Courtesy the artist and SculptureCenter. 

ON VIEW at SculptureCenter:

Radamés “Juni” Figueroa: NAGUABO RAINBOW, DAGUAO ENCHUMBAO, FANGO FIREFLIES

Through May 12, 2014

Tropical Readymade (Backpack), SculptureCenter, 2014. Backpack, soil, rocks, plants. Dimensions variable. Courtesy the artist and SculptureCenter. 

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