MARTIN CARY

HOROWITZ

(b. 1949)

Attracted to the "simple elegance of the minimalist form", Horowitz has been compared to innovators such as Constantin Brancusi, Larry Bell and Donald Judd. With similar attention paid to the space and medium, his bronze, shield-like works create a singular optical experience. While the material, specifically the gilding, is both opulent and luxurious, the circular forms are modest and seemingly unassuming. The viewer is faced with Horowitz's own version of sublimity: an object that simultaneously evokes impressions of weight and mass, as well as lightness and grace.

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