andy vogt and the architectural understudy

16Jul10

^via^ (update: another view here)

I’m really taken with Andy Vogt‘s wooden sculptures that seem to lay bare the skeleton of a structure, expanding it from the walls and windows like an architectural dissection extraordinaire.

^via^

It puts me in the mind of images like this (a detail from Rembrandt’s “Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Tulip 1632”)


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2 Responses to “andy vogt and the architectural understudy”

  1. thanks for the posting and the connection to the painting-
    here’s a link to a white wall shot of the same piece
    http://www.andyvogt.com/artwork/objects/skin_bones


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