GEDI SIBONY featured in The New Yorker | Mister Fahrenheit | Through June 22

Gedi Sibony, Installation view, Choir As It's Kept, Mister Fahrenheit, New York, 2022

Gedi Sibony
Choir As It's Kept

Mister Fahrenheit, New York
234 West 10th St

April 26 – June 22, 2022

Reviewed by Andrea K. Scott in The New Yorker:

It’s hard to imagine an artist better suited to the liminal charms of Mister Fahrenheit than Gedi Sibony, a mid-career New York sculptor acclaimed for his alchemical way with salvaged materials, in which concealment often plays a key role. The dramatic centerpiece of his exhibition, a quintet of recent works on view through June 22, is a twenty-six-foot-long ochre curtain that cascades from the ceiling, draped so that it appears to envelop the space when seen from above while opening a narrow passageway at ground level. Sibony’s repertoire also includes tenderly retouched found canvases, one of which is included here. But painting materializes most surprisingly in a cast-off cupboard, which, in Sibony’s hands, becomes a floating homage to Matisse.

— Andrea K. Scott


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