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Ibram Lassaw, space explorations

a retrospective survey, 1929-1988 : Guild Hall Museum, East Hampton, New York, 14 August-25 September 1988.

by Ibram Lassaw

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Published by The Museum in East Hampton, N.Y .
Written in English


Classifications
LC ClassificationsMLCS 89/13333 (N)
The Physical Object
Pagination53 p. :
Number of Pages53
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL2068390M
ISBN 10093379309X
LC Control Number88080502

Ibram Lassaw: Space Explorations – A Retrospective Survey, , Lisa Phillips, Guild Hall Museum, East Hampton, NY, (catalogue) Beyond the Plane, American Constructions , Ibram Lassaw, Gregory Gilbert, New Jersey State Museum, Trenton, NJ, , p. 71 (catalogue). Ibram Lassaw came from Egypt to New York as a child. He studied at the Clay Club from to , and at the Beaux Arts Institute of Design in New York in and Yet he was haunted by the work of Jacques Villon, Sophie Taeuber-Arp, and Wassily Kandinsky that he saw in an exhibition of Katherine Dreier's famed Societé Anonyme.

LASSAW, IBRAMLASSAW, IBRAM (–), U.S. sculptor. Born in Alexandria, Egypt, to Russian immigrant parents, in Lassaw arrived in the United States. In he began his formal art training at Brooklyn's Children Museum. Additional study was undertaken at the Clay Club (–32) and the Beaux-Arts Institute of Design in New York (–31). Ibram Lassaw gave many of his sculptures titles based on stars and galaxies, naming The Hyades for an open cluster of stars in the Taurus constellation. He asserted that he did not intend to create constellations, but saw similarities between the completed sculptures and the arrangement of stars and planets in space.

Title: Toward the Open Lattice: Ibram Lassaw within Abstract Expressionist Sculpture, This thesis focuses on Ibram Lassaw’s open-lattice works by first discussing works from to to outline the conceptual and formal themes that contributed to the later style.   Ibram Lassaw () “Morning Star,” Photo by Gary Mamay “I’m interested in a lot of things that are being done in contemporary art, but I have spent a lot of time looking at Abstract Expressionism,” she said, reliving her excitement during a recent .


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