Recently installed permanently on the Effnerplatz in Munich, Rita McBride’s exhilarating sculpture Mae West is a 170-foot-tall parabola made of carbon fiber; the cinched-waist shape echoes that of its big-bosomed namesake. At Alexander and Bonin are similarly wry Mae West-related objects in various formats and mediums, from weavings to wagon wheels, along with other works from 2009-11, including some handsome riffs on parking garages and building facades.
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