Cleaved Wall, 1969-70
Before New York artist Barry Le Va, born 1941 in Long Beach, California, turned to art, he spent the early 1960s studying maths and architecture.
His works are the result of a process of distributing, spilling, scattering, blowing, layering, dropping, throwing or crushing—using common materials like wooden slats, ball bearings, pieces of felt, aluminium bars, viscous oil, flour, powdered chalk, cast concrete and neoprene rubber.
Mirror I and Mirror II, 2009.
Cleaved Floor, Four Paths, 2009.
Continuous and Related Activities; Discontinued by the Act of Dropping, 1967
Works with Galss
Nolan Judin Gallery
Institute of Contemporary Art
MMK Museum für Moderne Kunst