‘Thaddeus Mosley: Forest’ Opens at the Baltimore Museum of Art
Although he was commissioned for the 2020 edition of Frieze Sculpture at Rockefeller Center in New York, “He’s one of the most significant yet underrecognized artists who has made important and singular achievements in the history of sculpture and abstraction.” This statement comes from associate curator of contemporary art Jessica Bell Brown in regard to the subject of “Thaddeus Mosley: Forest,” which bows this fall at the Baltimore Museum of Art. What’s also noteworthy about the Pennsylvania native: He’s employed wood from felled trees, sawmill cutoffs, and reclaimed building materials long before repurposing became trendy. Oh, then there’s the fact that he turned 95 in July. The BMA exhibition showcases five biomorphic works Mosley made from when he was 89 to today, using solely a mallet and chisel.
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