Stephanie Scuris


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plaster, 2007, with incised signature and date lower-right, set into a thin metal frame (with eye-hooks at the top of the frame from which the work can be attached to the wall); the 'positive' from which this molded plaster work was cast was made of red clay, and it is the residue of this that can be seen in the recessed areas

25 x 30 x 1 1/2 inches


SOLD

Scuris originally developed this type of plaster relief in the early-1960s, but produced only a very small number at the time (including one acquired by the architect Louis Kahn).

See: Horowitz & Danilowitz "Josef Albers: To Open Eyes", page 148, for an illustration of a similar work.



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