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Lawrence Saul Heller
Geometric Abstract Painted Wall Hanging Constructivist Architectural Sculpture

1996

$2,400

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Construction Assemblage of mat board or Bristol board. titled Geo 1 and signed and dated verso. Lawrence Saul Heller, (Larry Heller) (American, born 1965) Born Great Neck, NY Kent State University School of Architecture Kent, OH Practicing Architect & Artist New York, NY Exhibitions: 1999 Constructions, Johnson & Johnson World Headquarters New Brunswick, NJ 1999 Recent Work, New York Public Library New York, NY 1998 Constructed Rhythm, Merrill Lynch Corporate Headquarters Princeton, NJ 1998 Architectural Art, Greater Hartford Jewish Community Center West Hartford, CT 1997 New Talent, Elaine Benson Gallery Bridgehampton, NY 1997 Art by Architects, Bristol Myers Squibb Gallery Princeton, NJ 1997 Artistic License, Nabisco World Headquarters East Hanover, NJ 1997 Juried Exhibition, Palm Springs Desert Museum Palm Springs, CA 1997 National Exhibitions of Small Works, Montclair State University Montclair, NJ 1997 Recent Work, Prudential Insurance Company Headquarters Newark, NJ 1996The Altered Image, Islip Art Museum West Islip, NJ 1996Allied Arts #68, National Arts Club New York, NY 1996Recent Work, Fairleigh Dickinson University Hackensack, NJ 1995Recent Work, Harbor Cove Art Gallery Sag Habor, NY His three dimensional constructions recall Louise Nevelson's sculptures but also the architectons of Kasimir Malevich and the wall reliefs of his suprematist colleague El Lissitski. (This one recalls Piet Mondrian) They are wall hanging pieces, but they breakout of the plane of the wall into the space of the viewer in reversals of perspective...projecting rather then receding in a narrative of spatial depth. With the kaleidoscopic intricacy of Islamic decorative patterning, the constructions engage the mind by captivating the eye: the modernist vocabulary of circles, triangles, squares and lines leads above beyond and through itself in a layered spatial tapestry. (Joseph Giovannini) Thirteen New Jersey architects, most of them based in Princeton, are represented in ''Art by Architects,'' a motley but enlightening exhibition at the Gallery at Bristol-Myers Squibb. Michael Graves, the best-known architect in the show, concocts fanciful Minimalist monuments in drawings called ''Archaic Landscapes,'' but he also shows ''Tuscan Landscapes,'' based more on observation than on imagination. Jeremiah Ford paints landscapes in a fresh, painterly style that resembles Fairfield Porter's.Ford has also painted a lighthouse worthy of Edward Hopper, possessing an especially intense gleam, Lawrence S. Heller makes relief constructions out of pieces of mat board. ''Kid's Room'' is especially busy, and ''Oreo'' is an amalgam of black-and-white circles.

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