Blind Portraits, an exhibition presenting four monumental sculptures by Beijing-based artist Sui Jianguo, will be on view New York’s Doris C. Freedman Plaza from October 28, 2014 through February 20, 2015. Organized by Public Art Fund, the exhibition will feature bronze works that “may first look like giant, tactile lumps,” as Carol Vogel of The New York Times writes, “but on closer inspection each has a form reminiscent of human features.”
In 2012, Pace Beijing presented a solo exhibition of nearly thirty of Sui’s works, including Blind Portrait sculptures. The Public Art Fund display will mark the debut of this series in the United States.
Read more from The New York Times here.
Read more from the Public Art Fund’s press release by downloading the PDF below.