Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Charles LeDray: workworkworkworkwork

The Whitney Museum of American Art presents Charles LeDray: workworkworkworkwork through February 13, 2011.
Over the past twenty years, New York-based Sculptor Charles LeDray has created a body of work using materials such as cloth, carved human bone and glazed ceramics. This major survey includes work from the 1980s to the present. LeDray's technique of sewing, carving bone, and throwing clay pots find precedents int he traditions of folk art and visionary art. For more information, visit www.whitney.org












Charles LeDray, Overcoat, 2004. Fabric, wood, metal, paint, plastic, and thread. Collection of Tom and Alice Tisch, New York. Photograph by Tom Powel. Courtesy of Sperone Westwater. Image Courtesy of Whitney Museum of American Art

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