Trees are embodied water, bodies of water, petrified fire, water on fire. A tree is a sculpture with no author, a sculpture of water… changing from seed, to plant, to tree, to log, to board, to frame, to building, to pulp, to paper, to ash, to dirt, and back again. — Oscar Tuazon*
An exhibition of new sculptural works by Tuazon is on view in Tribeca through mid-April. See link below.
Through April 17.
Luhring Augustine Tribeca
17 White Street, New York City.
Oscar Tuazon, People, Luhring Augustine Tribeca, March 13, 2021–April 17, 2021, from top: NO ON, 2021, spruce and cedar; Oil City (Red Oak), 2021, charred wood post with Aqua-Resin; Tree of Smoke, 2021, mixed media; Oscar Tuazon, People, installation view; Sand Hammer, 2021, cast bronze; Natural Man, 2015/2021, bronze, fiberglass concrete, electric water pump. Images © Oscar Tuazon, courtesy of the artist and Luhring Augustine.