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Isaac Witkin

 (1936 - 2006)
Isaac Witkin was active/lived in Vermont, New Jersey.  Isaac Witkin is known for abstract organic sculpture, art educator.

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Coming to prominence in the early 1960s, Isaac Witkin was devoted to the constructivist aesthetic as exemplified by Anthony Caro of Britain and the American sculptor, David Smith.   He was part of a new generation that markedly changed the tenor of sculpture in Britain.   Often made of fiberglass, his sculpture was especially noted for bright color and its "witty, Pop-Art look."  In 1963, the Rowan Gallery in London held the first exhibition of his work, and two years later was in a landmark show, "The New Generation: 1965", at the Whitechapel Art Gallery.  In 1966, an exhibition titled "Primary Structures" at the Jewish Museum included his sculpture and has been regarded as one of the "defining" exh   ...  Displaying 750 of 3538 characters.

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