The American artist Vincent Fecteau’s abstract sculptures defy summary description. Out of everyday staples like papier-mâché, cardboard, pictures from magazines, and paint, he fashions complex objects in which volumes simultaneously collapse and explode. Their distinctive aesthetic blends almost baroque ornateness with a hint of futurist eroticism. Read more.
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