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Willard Boepple Sculpture: The Sense of Things surveys the mature work of one of the most original and compelling abstract sculptors working today. The art Boepple has produced since the 1970s focuses on corporeal proportions and allusions, evoking the human body metaphorically rather than via direct figuration.
Karen Wilkin is an independent curator and art critic based in New York. A specialist in 20th-century modernism, she has written monographs on David Smith, Anthony Caro, Stuart Davis, Kenneth Noland, Helen Frankenthaler, Isaac Witkin and Hans Hofmann and organized exhibitions of their work internationally. Wilkin is the Contributing Editor for Art for the Hudson Review and a regular contributor to The New Criterion and the Wall Street Journal.