Art date- Ken Price

January 09, 2013

On the last day, I was able to scurry into the Ken Price exhibit with a couple hours to spare. It was a little art date with myself. I love viewing work with others, but sometimes it is delicious to go alone- luxuriously lingering or doubling back to an object that really impacted me. I love Ken Price's newest work best. These abstract and organic pieces had "slow and fast curves" creating tension where the form pulls.  Maybe I'm a little crazy, but when I see an object that really flows, the object makes noise in my mind. Some of his objects sung really loudly!

A couple of my favorites. I loved the ones that slurped along- the ones with character.

 

Arctic 1998



Bells Congo 2003

 

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