Allan McCollum, "Plaster Surrogates Colored and Organized by Andrea Zittel"
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Tue Aug 27 2013
For nearly 40 years, McCollum's idiosyncratic brand of Neo-Minimalist sculpture has occupied the intersection between the handmade and the mass-produced—most evidently in his signature "Surrogates" series. These tablet-shaped cast-plaster forms, suggesting empty picture frames, form the basis of this collaboration with artist Andrea Zittel, in which objects are painted, "collated" and installed according to a select palette of colors.