Exhibition at Bruce Silverstein features seventy-five works by M.C. Escher

Exhibition at Bruce Silverstein features seventy-five works by M.C. Escher

Bruce Silverstein is presenting M.C. Escher: Prints, Drawings, Watercolors and Textiles, an exhibition curated by Dr. David Steel, curator of the blockbuster exhibition The Worlds of M. C. Escher: Nature, Science, and Imagination at the North Carolina Museum of Art. Escher’s math-inspired, mind-bending, and multidimensional “impossible constructions” bridge the boundaries between art and science. His artwork was a precursor to OpArt, and more broadly, an artistic phenomenon that has seeped into the consciousness of contemporary culture. Featuring seventy-five works by one of the 20th century’s most important print-makers, this is the first ever New York gallery venue to display a survey of M.C. Escher’s oeuvre, providing insight into his intellectual and artistic interests as well as visual evidence of his unsurpassed technical virtuosity. On display are the finest examples of Escher’s
Bruce Silverstein is presenting M.C. Escher: Prints, Drawings, Watercolors and Textiles, an exhibition curated by Dr. David Steel, curator of the blockbuster exhibition The Worlds of M. C. Escher: Nature, Science, and Imagination at the North Carolina Museum of Art. Escher’s math-inspired, mind-bending, and multidimensional “impossible constructions” bridge the boundaries between art and science. His artwork was a precursor to OpArt, and more broadly, an artistic phenomenon that has seeped into the consciousness of contemporary culture. Featuring seventy-five works by one of the 20th century’s most important print-makers, this is the first ever New York gallery venue to display a survey of M.C. Escher’s oeuvre, providing insight into his intellectual and artistic interests as well as visual evidence of his unsurpassed technical virtuosity. On display are the finest examples of Escher’s