Visual Arts

July 9, 2014 7:00 AM

John Balistreri’s new totemic ceramic sculptures fuse modern pop, indigenous motifs

John Balistreri’s sculptures at Belger Crane Yard Gallery resemble totem poles, with large outstretched arms and segmented bodies. Viewers familiar with his work will recognize his iconic structures, but “By and Large” diverges from past work in its primary color palette and smooth, glossy surfaces.

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