Alice Aycock: Sculpture and Drawings / Frederic Snitzer Gallery, Miami

Coinciding with Art Basel Miami Beach, Frederic Snitzer Gallery presented the exhibition Alice Aycock: Sculpture and Drawings. Alice Aycock is well recognized in American contemporary art for large, semi-architectural works created over the part twenty years. Her work has been featured in solo exhibitions at the Museum of Modern Art, New York, selected group exhibitions include Documenta 6 in Kassel, Germany, and the 39th Venice Biennale (1980).

At Frederic Snitzer Gallery, Alice Aycock showed two sculptures: A Salutation to The Wonderful Pig of Knowledge (1984), made of steel, copper, brass, aluminum, formica, wood, plexiglass, LEDs, and motorized parts; and Some Night Action (1993), made of aluminum, wood, marbles and motorized parts. Also on display: three paintings on paper.

Alice Aycock was born in 1946 Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. She currently lives and works in New York City.

Alice Aycock: Sculpture and Drawings at Frederic Snitzer Gallery, Miami. Opening reception, December 5, 2009.

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