New York-based sculptor B. Wurtz has his first major U.S. museum survey exhibition at the Institute of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles. Wurtz uses a visual language with a Minimalist perspective that centers on the minutiae from daily life. These assemblage sculptures are created using food tins, clothing, plastic bags, produce bags, and more.
Exhibition is on view through Feburary 3, 2019.
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