Kasmin will temporarily be open by appointment only and will suspend all book orders in light of the developing situation regarding COVID-19 and the recommendations against public gatherings. The gallery takes its responsibility to its visitors, artists, and staff seriously, and the decision is the result of careful consideration in tandem with our wider art community. We will continue to monitor the guidelines released by the World Health Organization and local government, releasing updates via our social media and website.
In the meantime, please continue to our current exhibitions online: William N. Copley The New York Years and Valley of Gold: Southern California and the Phantasmagoric.
For more information or to make an appointment to see the exhibitions please call +1 212 563 4474 or email email@example.com.
February 15, 2020
The fluid, organic nature of Allen’s work argues for a sense of sculpture that is biomorphic and process-oriented. His sculptures are hardly urban, belonging instead to woods and fields and ponds—this despite the monumental tenor of the work on hand. Kasmin’s show, installed in a high-ceilinged gallery space in Chelsea, argues for a distinct perception of form. No work is very much like another, but the organicism of the overall project ties the discrete sculptures together in ways that generate meaning, in terms both of the individual works and also the overall gestalt resulting from their placement.