Man of steel brings work to Oklahoma City

STAFF REPORTS Modified: May 9, 2013 at 3:37 pm •  Published: May 9, 2013
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Marko Kratohvil’s steel sculptures are on display until June 1 in the east and west galleries of [Artspace] at Untitled, 1 NE 3.

Kratohvil, a sculptor working primarily in steel, lived and worked in the United Kingdom for almost two decades.

His steel sculptures are minimal works with sharp lines and clean angles. There is a series of charcoal drawings to accentuate the concepts of space and form found in the sculptures, said Erin McGlothlin, development and public relations director for [Artspace] at Untitled.

“I am fascinated with the presence of the extremes,” Kratohvil said in a recent news release. “The architecture of my experience changed here. The sculptures and drawings that will be in the exhibit at Untitled this spring are a selection of works from this period and while they are current continuations of my long-term creative process, they also reflect on the new inner and outer landscapes in which they are produced. My intention is to articulate those fields of our experience that remain before or after verbalization. I invite visitors to the exhibition not to read into my work, but to look at it.”

Admission for the exhibit is free. For more information, call 405-815-9995 or visit www.artspaceatuntitled.org.

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