WORKS

Allan Wexler

Mar 22 – Apr 19, 2002

Allan Wexler

Too Large Table, 2002

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Allan Wexler will exhibit recent large-scale works as well as earlier related works at the Feldman Gallery. These constructions suggest Utopian aspirations and new choreographies for human behavior in public and private spaces. Blurring the distinction between architecture and sculpture, Wexler tests the relationships between function and imagination, technology and craft, and spirituality and the mundane.
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Allan Wexler

Wall I Want to Become Architecture, A 2002

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Allan Wexler

Wall I Want to Become Architecture, A 2002

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Allan Wexler

Wall I Want to Become Architecture, 2002

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Allan Wexler

Constructing My Hand, I Want to Become Architecturem, 2002

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Allan Wexler

Proposal for Utopian Cafe (round), 2002

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Allan Wexler

Too Large Table, 2002

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Allan Wexler

Incomplete Continuous Stair, 2001

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