Many people were first introduced to B. Wurtz’s whimsical yet rigorous sculptures via his 2011 retrospective at Metro Pictures. The new work in this show features many of Wurtz’s long-beloved materials-empty mesh bags, wooden dowels, food wrappers, straws, bits of wire. In addition to his delicately balanced compositions, there are wall-hung “clocks” (yogurt lids and string), “quilts” (stitched-together bread bags) and a series of colorful shoelace-and-acrylic drawings.
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