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Installing “John Udvardy: A Sculptor’s Vision” March 28, 2011

Posted by claralieu in Installing Exhibitions, sculpture.
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John Udvardy: A Sculptor's Vision

We had a very busy day in the gallery this past weekend installing the sculpture exhibition “John Udvardy: A Sculptor’s Vision”. John arrived with his crew around 2:00pm, and we had indispensable help from Wellesley students Whitney Sheng, Alina Zalucki, Emma Smith, and Anne Tuan during the installation.

This installation was by far the most complex and ambitious undertaking that we’ve done since I started as gallery director three years ago: the exhibition features sixteen sculptures, each with their own pedestal.  All of the sculptures were wrapped and packaged in a specific way to be sure that everything arrived safely into the gallery, requiring special handling and care. Please join us for this extraordinary exhibition at the opening reception next Thursday, April 7 from 4:00-7:00pm!

John Udvardy: A Sculptor's Vision

John Udvardy: A Sculptor's Vision

John Udvardy: A Sculptor's Vision

John Udvardy: A Sculptor's Vision

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