Mark Handforth Plaza Project January 2014

Miami-based sculptor Mark Handforth featured large-scale sculptures at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago. Staying true to his signature style, Handforth created his masterpieces from “everyday infrastructure, such as street lamps, road signs, and lights…but reworks and deforms them into new and exciting configurations.” For this series, he takes a brass pipe and hand bends it into the shape of a giant coat hanger. For more on exhibits at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago.

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