(1956 - 2002)
Glen Seator was active/lived in New York. Glen Seator is known for sculptor-large-scale installation.
Known for his large sculptural works, Glen Seator is best remembered for site specific works including B.C.O., a featured installation at the 1997 Whitney Biennial Exhibition. For this piece, Seator reconstructed the office of David Ross, Whitney Museum of American Art Director. Another attention-getting sculpture was "Fifteen-Sixty-One" (1999), an elaborate copy of a check-cashing operation that was installed at Gagosian Gallery in Beverly Hills.
From 2000 into 2001, Seator had a six months residency at the Getty Research Institute in Los Angeles, and in fall 2002 the Institute began their new Artists' Forum series with a symposium devoted to ten years of work by Seator. That same year, he died unexpectedly.
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