Sculpture and Architecture


Vaknin Schwartz Gallery
“From Our House to Your House”
Nexus Contemporary Art Center
“Landscape-City: Photographs by Arwed Messmer”
Goethe-Institute Atlanta
“thinking loud/cutting through:”
Space 1 181

Kerry Schuss, 838 S. Broadleigh/Two Views, 1999. Transparent rubber and illuminated pedestal, 52 x 30 x 20in.

Consciously or unconsciously, the human response to architecture has long been emotional. Built environments have the innate ability to stimulate, depress, or confuse those who enter or inhabit their spaces. The shapes and arrangements of physical structures engage the senses, while inhibiting or encouraging movement. ln the past year, four Atlanta exhibitions have presented fresh ideas about the essence and interplay of architecture and people… See the print version of Sculpture Magazine for the full review.