Can a stone have soul? That’s the implicit question posed in “soul,” the title of Ugo Rondinone’s latest show at Gladstone Gallery. No fewer than 34 human figures, constructed from rough-cut blocks of bluestone, rest on poured concrete pedestals. They range from two feet to life-size, and though they don’t have any arms, they have loads of personality. They form a human-scaled echo to “human nature,” the installation of gigantic figures Rondinone had at Rockefeller Center earlier this spring.
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