works created for The Adventures of Blacky

works created for The Adventures of Blacky

Posted: Jul 30 | Author: | Filed under: News & Updates | Tagged: ,

When we installed The Adventures of Blacky at the Patricia Sweetow Gallery in 1998, we also installed a number of sculptural works that meant to amplify and play upon the same themes: testing protocols, home life, and other battlegrounds of childhood.  Recently, we looked again at the etched glass panels made for that exhibition.  Here are the original installation shots of these works:

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4 Comments on "works created for The Adventures of Blacky"
  1. James Weissinger on Mon, 1st Aug 2011 7:01 am
  2. Love the glass and mirror house. Makes me think of this http://tfyqa.files.wordpress.com/2011/02/img_0914.jpg

  3. John Muse on Mon, 1st Aug 2011 8:30 am
  4. Thanks, James. Or this: http://www.johncoulthart.com/feuilleton/2006/11/26/the-art-of-yayoi-kusama/ Kusama began creating these kinds of spaces in the mid-60’s.

  5. Eric on Fri, 14th Oct 2016 1:48 pm
  6. Big fan already! I am reaching out to sites I like and want to see if you would provide feedback on my etching supplies if I sent them to you free. Any interest? These will be shipped directly to you at no cost. I am looking forward to your reply. I can’t wait to hear from you! Eric

  7. Eric on Fri, 14th Oct 2016 2:44 pm
  8. I recently found your site and am already a fan! I supply items such as glass etching cream and stencils to crafters and wanted to see if you would test some of my products for free in exchange for feedback. Will you please let me know by email? I will try to come back to this page later to see if you replied in the comments too. I will ship the supplies to you all for free with cream and stencils. I am looking forward to your reply. Thanks in advance for your reply. Eric