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/ Maccarone
View of “Carol Bove: RA, or Why is an orange like a bell?” Maccarone, New York, 2013.
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Ginny Kollak

Riddle me this: Just what is it that continues to make Carol Bove’s focused yet multifaceted sculptural practice so uniquely satisfying? A simple answer might start with her materials—a carefully calibrated mix of concrete cubes and I-beams, petrified wood and peacock feathers, geometric figures fashioned in delicate brass and powder-coated steel,... continue reading
Rob Pruitt's "Pattern and Degradation," at Gavin Brown's enterprise and Maccarone, New York
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Paddy Johnson

Rob Pruitt's joint exhibition at Gavin Brown's enterprise and Maccarone, "Pattern and Degradation," presses a few of my buttons. Even before stepping into the gallery I had some concerns—the notion of filling over 8,200 square feet with two years of new work without compromising quality seems a stretch, so naturally the show's theme is about excess. According to the press release, the work is informed by the Amish tradition of Rumspringa, a two year rite of passage in... continue reading

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