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Eric N. Mack's Willow within the Form of Prose, 2016

Eric N. Mack (American, born 1987). Willow within the Form of Prose, 2016. Velour blanket, paper, dye, acrylic, straw hat, willow branch pyramids, cotton window shade, wooden bowl, rope, zip ties, and bamboo fence; 72 x 172 x 69 inches (182.9 x 436.9 x 175.3 cm). Collection Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York; Pending Acquisition Funds, 2017. © Eric N. Mack, Courtesy of the Artist, Almine Rech Gallery, and Moran Bondaroff, Los Angeles.

Gallery Talk—Jacob Kassay: OTNY and Eric N. Mack: Vogue Fabrics

Friday, March 3, 2017 ● 6 pm
6:30 pm

1905 Building

Join Albright-Knox Director of Education and Community Engagement Jennifer Foley for a discussion of the exhibitions Jacob Kassay: OTNY and Eric N. Mack: Vogue Fabrics.

For his first solo museum exhibition in the United States, Jacob Kassay presents new works dispersed through the museum's galleries and transitional spaces that draw attention to the way we rationalize, navigate, and narrate our own movement through space. 

Eric N. Mack’s paintings and sculptures interweave found materials, soft sculpture, wearable fashion, display devices, and expanding notions of beauty. In his first solo museum exhibition Mack presents new works that abut, but do not resolve, resplendent forms with improbable functions. 


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