Michiko Itatani’s “Cosmic Wanderlust from Hyperbaroque 13-D-7” (2013), part of her exhibit, “Cosmic Wanderlust,” at Sherry Leedy Contemporary Art, might illustrate our human impulse to know and understand the universe.
Michiko Itatani’s “Cosmic Wanderlust from Hyperbaroque 13-D-7” (2013), part of her exhibit, “Cosmic Wanderlust,” at Sherry Leedy Contemporary Art, might illustrate our human impulse to know and understand the universe. PHOTOS FROM Sherry Leedy Contemporary Art
Michiko Itatani’s “Cosmic Wanderlust from Hyperbaroque 13-D-7” (2013), part of her exhibit, “Cosmic Wanderlust,” at Sherry Leedy Contemporary Art, might illustrate our human impulse to know and understand the universe. PHOTOS FROM Sherry Leedy Contemporary Art

Itatani and Borgenicht pairing at Sherry Leedy strikes a protective, slightly mysterious vibe

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