David Sorensen - Studio 3.0



Excelsior, 1964

by Margarita Nelkin

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Sorensen, a young Canadian artist at the Turok Wasserman gallery, shows drawings and sculptures created in Mexico in the past year. He comes to our country with considerable experience, having created strong and appealing mosaic murals in the north.

This show consists of line and tone drawings, the first lyrical and light with moving figures, the second more powerful with chiaroscuro richness in portraits reminiscent of Rembrandt. As well a group of carved wood or bronze-cast sculptures recall the globe-like forms of Mathieu Goeritz.

The visiting artist, in the future should show the courtesy to create titles in Spanish.

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