Jonathan Prince ANE


Geometric Breathing: Inside the World of Jonathan Prince
by Cate McQuaid, Jan-Feb, 2015

The breaks can be beautiful, like the internal life we all struggle with and have to embrace. 

Many of his sculptures look as if a giant has come at it with a pickaxe and hacked a pice off. Inside the wound, shimmering stainless steel ripples like a slide of liquid mercury, winking in the light. It’s gorgeous, unpredictable, vulnerable and deeply alive in contrast to the rusty planes that barely contain it.

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