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Monika Sosnowska

Frieze . 2015

Frieze . 2015

+ Hauser & Wirth

This tension in Sosnowska’s work stems from the ways in which she deftly draws from an artistic and architectural vocabulary from Poland’s socialist past – a time more recent than it seems. Sosnowska’s distinctive interpretations of geography, governance, and architecture breathe new life into the larger context of postmodern sculpture, and follow a continuum of sculptural breakthroughs marked by Louise Bourgeois’s monolithic spiders, Tony Smith’s spatial matrices, and Robert Morris’s large-scale modular units.
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