299 Meserole Street, Brooklyn
(Near the Montrose Avenue L Train)
Friday, May 30, 6-9PM
Music and Dance Performance by Daniel Carter and Leena Conquest
Saturday, May 31, 5PM
ArtHelix is pleased to announce our inaugural exhibition at our new space at 299 Meserole Street, featuring new sculptures and works on paper by Alain Kirili.
Alain Kirili has long been recognized for his forged iron abstract sculptures and for his large-scale public works. His sculptures underscore his interests in verticality and modeling, his practice emphasizes the “aesthetics of spontaneity,” and seeks formal unity through the variety of materials. Kirili is employed in a quest for “organic simplicity.” He has received considerable critical interest and his work has been the subject of numerous gallery and museum exhibitions in America and Europe. He lives and works in Paris and New York.
For more information on Alain Kirili and his work, please visit http://www.kirili.com.