Two assemblage works—an installation by Isa Genzken and a sculpture by Rachel Harrison—will be on view at Glenstone Museum's Passage of the Pavilions starting July 22, 2021.
Sculpture with Boots (2017) by Rachel Harrison (American, b. 1966) is a nearly eight-foot-tall, abstract form that recalls natural rock formations, but is painted with vibrant hues that segue from gridded patches to more free-form gradations of iridescent color. Known for combining “high” and “low” cultural references, Harrison affixed a framed photograph she took at the Pollock-Krasner House in Springs, New York, of worn, paint-splattered shoes identified as “Lee Krasner’s painting boots” to the sculpture. It may be read as a gesture of tribute to one of the few prominent female artists associated with the Abstract Expressionist movement, who is known to have closely influenced Pollock.
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Above: Rachel Harrison, Sculpture with Boots, 2017. Wood, polystyrene, chicken wire, cardboard, burlap, cement, acrylic, steel, and pigmented inkjet print. 93 x 60 x 46 inches (236 x 152 x 116 cm). © Rachel Harrison. Photo: Jason Mandella. Courtesy the artist and Greene Naftali, New York