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Sculpture when compared to painting, drawing, prints and photography is much maligned. There was once a famous New York art critic, his name escapes me but I think it was Clement Greenberg, who once said that ‘sculpture was something you bumped into in a gallery while trying to view a painting.’ This is hardly the best way to begin a review of an exhibition at the Art Center, totally dedicated to sculpture. This acerbic statement by a critic, however, makes an important point. Two-dimensional media such as paintings and drawings are generally favored by the public because they are often seen as pendants to literature and the written text. We live, after all, in a very literate world. Paintings, prints, drawings and photographs are frequently used as illustrations in books, along side poems, as visual descriptions for technical tomes or novels and short stories.
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