Gallery talk: “The Art, Influences and Philosophy of Sculptor Ibram Lassaw” by Denise Lassaw
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Ibram Lassaw has been called “the quintessential Abstract Expressionist sculptor.” He was crucial part of the New York School, both artistically and socially, and a friend of de Kooning, Pollock, Kline, Motherwell, Noguchi, Hare and many other artists working in New York during they heydays of Abstract Expressionism. The artist’s daughter Denise Lassaw will offer an intimate look into her father’s formative years as an artist. The talk will be illustrated with images from the Lassaw family archives.