Imperfect Landscapes of Jeffrey Brosk

Jeffrey Brosk

Feb 2, 2017 - March 30, 2017

An exhibition of sculptural work created by MIT-trained architect-turned-artist Jeffrey Brosk. His signature wall-mounted wood sculptures, which make ample use of the juxtaposition between the natural variations in the texture of wood and refinement of slate and gold accents, invoke the stark, understated Japanese aesthetic of wabi-sabi. 

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