Events Friday, Oct 20 - Sunday, Nov 5

Steve Novick Exhibition

Lunder Arts Center, Atrium Gallery 1801 Massachusetts Ave Cambridge, MA 02140

2017-10-20T23:00:00Z 2017-11-06T02:00:00Z UTC Steve Novick Steve Novick exhibits a collection of sculptures during the Fall semester in the Lunder Arts Center. Lunder Arts Center, Atrium Gallery 1801 Massachusetts Ave Cambridge,, MA 02140 College of Art and Design Office of Exhibitions exhibitions@lesley.edu
Lunder Arts Center at night

Artist Steve Novick will be exhibiting work in the Atrium gallery from October 18 until November 5.

Novick’s process involves the modification and assemblage of found objects and materials. Collecting these—from thrift stores, yard sales, and flea markets—is an important facet of his work. In this phase, he will often undertake the use of a new item or form, or realize the solution to a previously intractable problem.
 
Although the physical resolution of his sculptures may be quick, their concepts tend to gestate slowly. Simple items, and parts of more complex ones, are fitted together via a process of trial, error, and serendipity. Cleaning, polishing, and refinishing aside, virtually all objects and materials are used as-is.
 
Steve Novick is a Somerville artist who has earned a BFA from Rhode Island School of Design, and an MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art. He has exhibited work in solo shows in Boston, Pennsylvania, Minnesota, and Connecticut; and has participated in group shows in New York, Boston, Philadelphia, and Montreal. His work has been reviewed in the New York Sun, the Newark Star-Ledger, and the Boston Globe. He is a recipient of Pollock-Krasner and Massachusetts Cultural Council grants.

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College of Art and Design Office of Exhibitions