Marian Goodman Gallery opens summer exhibition featuring a selection of new works

Marian Goodman Gallery’s summer exhibition features a selection of new works that make their debut in the New York space. Chosen from a range of exhibitions and projects at institutions from this past year, they include highlights that showcase a variety of media and forms, as well as a diversity of practices, that are utilized by the gallery’s artists. Nairy Baghramian’s work constitutes sculpture and installation, often alluding to architecture and the fragmented human body. A skeletal quality embodies the four-part sculpture Chin Up (First Fitting). The large, organ-like pieces are akin to kidneys and livers, the structures of which look as if they are supporting the skeleton, rather than the other way around. The sculpture, which consists of waxed wood and polished and lacquered aluminum, receives additional

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