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Jeffrey Sarmiento: Constructions

RICHARD SPEER
Thursday April 24
Bullseye Projects
300 NW 13th Ave.
 
Jeffrey Sarmiento’s virtuosic Constructions fills Bullseye’s front exhibition space with an ambitious array of pieces spanning a gamut of media. The most jaw-dropping of these is Beautiful Flaws, a 9-foot-tall sculpture made of steel, aluminum and glass. Each pane of glass is flawed in some way and would ordinarily have been discarded, but Sarmiento turns trash into the proverbial treasure, essentially elevating the panes on pedestals, hoisting aloft what others would have cast away. It’s an artistic statement that verges on the ethical and metaphysical. And it makes you say, “Wow.” Through May 3.

 



Where: Bullseye Projects
Phone: 227-0222
Address: 300 NW 13th Ave.
Website: bullseyeprojects.com

 
 
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