New Attitudes in Sculpture

Stephen Aljian, Jay Batlle, Nathan Carter,
Lucky De Bellevue, Evan Holloway, Charles Long,
Liz Larner, Jason Meadows, Gianni Piacentino,
Matthew Ronay, Gary Webb, Claude Wampler

April 5 - May 18, 2002

Reception: Friday April 5, 6 - 9pm

Gallery Talk: Saturday, April 6, @ Noon

Curated By Kenneth L. Freed

"New Attitudes in Sculpture" installation images

Jason Meadows

Green Street presents collector Ken Freed's selections of sculpture from his own
dynamic collection. Works from Italy, England and the East and West Coast of
the United States are on view for the first time in Boston. Spanning two
generations of innovative sculptural production, the non-abstract, often simple
way of making energetic work has been described by Holland Cotter of the New
York Times as "material life in the here and now put through a high-speed
Conceptual blender."

Lucky DeBellevue

This is the second of three different exhibits of his collection this year which
began at the Dorsky Gallery in New York. The Green Street exhibition
comprises the broadest range of stylistic trends and functions as a tempting
mini-survey of contemporary sculpture.

Please note: another exhibit of sculpture (with a few works from Freed's collection)
"Artists Imagine Architecture" will open at the Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston,
May 21, 2002.


Stephen Alijian

Jay Batlle



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