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Hungarian artist Gyöngy Laky’s Dry Land Drifter (2010), a chair-like sculpture of dead tree branches at the Browngrotta Arts booth, priced at $12,000. Laky’s work has been selected for the U.S. Art in Embassies program as part of a two-year exhibition, "Art Across the Atlantic," at NATO Ambassador Ivo Daalder's official residence, Truman Hall, in Brussels.
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SOFA NY 2012


by Brook S. Mason
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The 15th annual SOFA New York, Apr. 20-23, 2012 -- also known as the Sculpture Objects & Functional Art Fair -- opened last week at the Park Avenue Armory, charged up with a brilliant redesign by architect David Ling, a former associate with Richard Meier, I.M. Pei and Emilio Ambasz. Ling designed a narrow, tunnel-like entrance, sheathed in white, leading to an open courtyard space. Overhead he placed an array of rectilinear white lighting fixtures.

“We’re taking SOFA to a new level of commingling art and design,” promised SOFA founder Mark Lyman. SOFA NY boasts 50 dealers in its current New York manifestation, a compact number compared to the 70-plus booths in the ADAA Art Show. Admission is $25 -- and today is the final day of the fair.

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