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Jedd Novatt, LXXVI, 2000(240 views)
Description: Jedd Novatt, b. 1958, is an American sculptor and based in Paris, France. Novatt's iconic sculptures are characterized by bent bronze forms into open boxes, stacked, tipped and interlocked into towers. They are full of rigor and form, and yet there are playful too. Novatt's work is about the pursuit of scale, volume, balance, structure and gravity. The cube or box is Novatt's subject and motif; and his works vary from small-scale to monumental. This small-scale sculpture titled, "LXXVI," sits comfortably on a pedestal. It is from 2000, and is 22 x 11 x 11 inches. One can really see how Novatt achieves a balance between chaos and equilibrium, through his elegant engineering. He truly creates works that both topple and yet soar. Novatt's work has been exhibited extensively in galleries and museums in the United States, Europe and Asia; and his work is represented in numerous public and private collections worldwide.
Dimensions: 22 x 11 x 11 1/2 inches (55.9 x 27.9 x 29.2 cm)
Artist or Maker: Jedd Novatt
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