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Sicardi Gallery will present Sculpture / Vision, which includes works by Antonio Asis, Carlos Cruz-Diez, León Ferrari, Iole de Freitas, Julio Le Parc, Francisco Sobrino, Jesus Rafael Soto, and Luis Tomasello.

The exhibition takes the idea of the sculptural form as its subject, including both two- and three-dimensional works that bear a sculptural relationship to space and the viewer. With their dynamic relationship to light, line, color, reflection, and space, the works on view activate the viewer, requiring her or him to move around the room, to take in the work from multiple vantage points, and to engage with its spatial propositions.

Following the opening reception, the exhibition is on view through February 28.

Sicardi Gallery will present Sculpture / Vision, which includes works by Antonio Asis, Carlos Cruz-Diez, León Ferrari, Iole de Freitas, Julio Le Parc, Francisco Sobrino, Jesus Rafael Soto, and Luis Tomasello.

The exhibition takes the idea of the sculptural form as its subject, including both two- and three-dimensional works that bear a sculptural relationship to space and the viewer. With their dynamic relationship to light, line, color, reflection, and space, the works on view activate the viewer, requiring her or him to move around the room, to take in the work from multiple vantage points, and to engage with its spatial propositions.

Following the opening reception, the exhibition is on view through February 28.

Sicardi Gallery will present Sculpture / Vision, which includes works by Antonio Asis, Carlos Cruz-Diez, León Ferrari, Iole de Freitas, Julio Le Parc, Francisco Sobrino, Jesus Rafael Soto, and Luis Tomasello.

The exhibition takes the idea of the sculptural form as its subject, including both two- and three-dimensional works that bear a sculptural relationship to space and the viewer. With their dynamic relationship to light, line, color, reflection, and space, the works on view activate the viewer, requiring her or him to move around the room, to take in the work from multiple vantage points, and to engage with its spatial propositions.

Following the opening reception, the exhibition is on view through February 28.

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WHERE

Sicardi | Ayers | Bacino
1506 W. Alabama St.
Houston, TX 77006
http://www.sicardigallery.com/

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Admission is free.
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