Sarah Braman, currently showing at Museum 52 in New York, makes work that hovers between painting and sculpture which manages to be both rough and elegant at the same time. Braman herself has said about a particular body of work- ‘These sculptures are monuments to the people I love and the joy and confusion I feel in being alive, but they are not about things, they are things! They don’t exist as a reference, representation or metaphor, but as themselves. Sculpture can act as a porthole to another dimension and all the while it is in our space, real as a table or a tree’. She also shows with Lower East Side gallery Canada.
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