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Bruce Dorfman in Ways and Means

by LINEA | July 1, 2016

Ways and Means: A New Look at Process and Materials in Art is an exhibition curated by Jason Andrew and organized by Norte Maar (Brooklyn, NY) that opens July 11 at 1285 Avenue of the Americas Gallery. Bruce Dorfman is among twenty-five artists who, in this exhibition, “are linked to an aesthetic where product is not the principal focus, where process is not the means but an end, and where materials are far from conventional, moving beyond paint and brush, stone and chisel, clay and wheel, thread and loom.” The show, documented with a brochure[1] of highlights, continues through October 7, 2016, with an opening reception scheduled for July 18, 6–8 p.m.

Bruce Dorfman, Kizuki, 2016. Canvas, wood, metal, paper, fabric, acrylic paint, pencil, 62 × 60 × 6 in. Courtesy June Kelly Gallery, New York Photo: Deborah Winiarski[2]
Bruce Dorfman, Kizuki, 2016. Canvas, wood, metal, paper, fabric, acrylic paint, pencil, 62 × 60 × 6 in. Collection, Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art. Photo: Deborah Winiarski
Endnotes:
  1. brochure: https://asllinea.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/1285_WaysMeans_Brochure.pdf
  2. [Image]: https://asllinea.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/Screen-Shot-2016-07-01-at-1.15.45-PM.png