Allan Wexler The Andy Warhol of Architecture

artcritical Mar 29, 2017

"There is method in the madness of Allan Wexler’s art. He was trained as an architect but doesn’t build buildings, preferring instead to make installations, sculpture, and two-dimensional work that explores the physical and human nature of architecture. At the launch of his recent book “Absurd Thinking: Between Art and Design,” published by Lars Müller, at the Museum of Modern Art, Sean Anderson, Associate Curator of Architecture and Design, commented on the open-ended nature of Wexler’s process—another way of noting how difficult Wexler’s work is to pin down. By turns rational and irrational, spontaneous and profound, real and mystical, his art often falls between the cracks of critical and popular recognition"

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