Long after I left Robert Grosvenor and David Novros at Paula Cooper, certain works floated up in my memory, calling me to return.
Robert Grosvenor unmasks the anti-democratic, hierarchical forces that go into the making of an impeccable monumental sculpture.
Grosvenor shares almost nothing with other sculptors working today: He has not branded his work, nor has he made variations on a theme.
Grosvenor’s radically altered vintage cars are not about fulfilling fantasies; they are boxes with openings and wheels that carry you from point A to point B.
I don’t know Robert Grosvenor, and I have never heard him give a talk, but years ago he made a huge impression on me.