For our summer group show, Samuel Freeman is exhibiting “Mostly Sculpture (damn it)”, a group show of (mostly) sculpture.
While looking for new painters for a planned group exhibition, Mr. Freeman accidentally accumulated sculptors instead. His plan for a ‘New Paintings’ show was soon smothered by the weight and brilliance of these unplanned and unsought sculptors. “Mostly Sculpture (damn it)” is the outcome.
The exhibition still includes several two-dimensional works to highlight the object quality and physical interaction of sculpture, but remains dedicated to the absurd, the delicate, and the impossible within contemporary sculpture. The roster of artists is drawn from within the gallery’s history and from new sources across North America: Berg, Myers and Kozul join the gallery from New York; Ko from Washington; Farrow out of San Francisco; Rath, Redding and Squires from Los Angeles; and Hollinger from Boston.
Rev. Ethan Acres
Billy Al Bengston