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Reviews

NEW YORK

Marianne Boesky Gallery

Sarah Sze

by Kristin Poor

Known for her delicate, gravity-defying constructions of small mass-produced goods assembled en masse, Sarah Sze's latest meticulously makeshift sculptures abound with dynamic tension.

Sze often offers narrative as a key to her works, which unfold and reveal themselves as the viewer moves through and around them in the space of the gallery. However, the present exhibition is relatively inaccessible. Still Life with Fish (2005), the densest of the three new sculptures on view, is installed in part of the gallery's storage area among transport crates…

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