reviews

  • Les Levine

    Fischbach Gallery

    “I want the work to be free of visual references because they are related to the idea of contemplation and I want a work that one can experience as one goes through it without having to ‘look’ at it. The spaces in the piece are constantly opening and closing as the spectator passes through it, so that one is constantly being physically reminded of one’s size, how one walks, and how one’s senses react to space.” These small, guileless reflections, spurred by Les Levine’s Clean Machine and Numbers Racket, are platitudes which have been insisted on ever since the secularization of art, but with

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