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  • Bryan Hunt

    Thomas Segal Gallery

    This selection of three small sculptures and ten drawings, executed between 1986 and 1989, is further evidence of Bryan Hunt’s facility for combining the languages of abstraction and figurative representation. No longer concerned primarily with the waterfall configuration, Hunt frequently places figures in geometric settings. His sculptures, in particular, are becoming increasingly anthropomorphic and metaphysical in character. In Astronomer, 1986, a thin cast-bronze figure with a loop on its lap sits on a chair. The figure balances above it a tiny bronze orb placed on a cylinder, suggesting a

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