Don’t Forget Mururoa, 1997. Slate, sand, rope, lemon extract, and sound, 300 x 300 x 1300 cm. Maria Dompé studied at the Roman Academy of Art under the supervision of renowned sculptors Pericle Fazzini and Emilio Greco.
Robert Stackhouse was trained as a painter during the heyday of Abstract Expressionism. Although his time as an Abstract Expressionist painter lasted only a few years, he has retained that movement’s faith in the emotive and communicative power of the image.
A temporary installation by Suzanne Lacy, Full Circle (from “Culture in Action”), 1993. Boulders and bronze. John McWilliams Chicago’s public art demonstrates the diversity and the difficulties inherent in public art in the 1990s. The tourist version of Chicago has at its core the towering steel untitled female head by Pablo Picasso, a huge abstracted
Chi Town Totem, 1997. Bronze, 102 x 38 x 38 in. As a public artist, Richard Hunt is known as a creator of abstract metal works, each a unique shrine to the human spirit. With over 30 public works in the Chicago area alone, one Hunt aficionado noted, “you kind of bump into them all
New York Stark Gallery Jene Highstein is not a Minimalist, though the simplicity of his work suggests that movement. Since his early pipe installations in the alternative space 112 Greene Street, he has worked in various materials including plaster, concrete, wood, stone, and cast metals.