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Nathan Slate Joseph

Saturday, March 9, 2019 8 AM The Cupping Room Café
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Nathan Slate Joseph emigrated from Israel to the United States in 1952, and since then has established himself as a prominent figure in the New York arts scene. His work, which blurs the boundary between painting and sculpture, alludes to issues of globalization, immigration and climate change, and often consists of squares of galvanized steel—cut from industrial scraps—which he coats in vibrant, saturated hues and then treats in acid. After exposure to outside weather conditions, the steel acquires rich, saturated color and varied textures. The steel plates are cut, layered and assembled to produce intricate and dimensional arrangements that merge urban aesthetics with a concern for nature.

Part of: Migrations: The Making of America

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