Shadows and Steel: Works by Larry Kagan
Shadows and Steel: Works by Larry KaganDate posted: 2005-01-07 11:59:00
At first glance, Kagans "sculptures" seem to be a mass of jumbled steel. Lit from above, however, their linear shadows are shaped into well-articulated sketches of everyday life. Theres a rugged cowboy riding a horse, for example, titled "Marlboro Man." Another work, the image of Uncle Sam pointing his finger at the viewer, is reminiscent of the "I Want You for the U.S. Army" recruiting poster. "The object itself is a real work of art, but to have a secondary life (of the shadow) is remarkable. That secondary life is only visible in a particular light in a particular space. A kind of magic occurs in the creation of these works," says Ivan Karp, director of the OK Harris gallery. OK Harris is located at 383 West Broadway, New York, N.Y., 10012; (212) 431-3600. To read more about Kagans work, go to www.rpi.edu/dept/NewsComm/Magazine/index.html To see Kagan's work, go to: www.arts.rpi.edu/~kagan/
November 14, 2018 7:00 PM
The Sanctuary for Independent Media, 3361 6th Ave., Troy, NY
Join us for a screening and discussion of the riveting documentary chronicling the struggles of a group of black and Latino whistleblower cops and the young minorities they are pressured to arrest and summons in New York City.
A workshop “Storytelling at the Margins,” with the film’s director/producer/cinematographer/editor Stephen Maing, will precede the screening from 4-6pm.