Tuesday, 21 June 2011

Lefkowitz's improvised structures*

I saw David Lefkowitz's very unique drawings at Minneapolis' Weisman Art Museum last summer.  Lefkowitz rendered imaginary architectural structures on such everyday materials as corrugated cardboards and styrofoam.  Creativity does thrive out of the mundane.



*Improvised Structures is the title of Lefkowitz's show at DCKT Contemporary, New York 2004.

3 comments:

  1. That's pretty cool. I love the simultaneous flatness and depth of those two works!

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  2. your blog has recently become my morning check. excellent stuff.

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  3. Glad you like Lefkowitz. I always find architecture a constant source of inspiration.

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