Furniture by Wendell Castle

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A long record of acclaim, scholarship, and steady acquisition by public institutions gives Wendell Castle's work indelible historic importance. His groundbreaking unification of sculpture and furniture galvanized generations of artists and designers and contributed to the acceptance of design as an art form in its own right. At every stage however, Castle has endeavored to incorporate innovations in materials and design, while deepening and, at times, re-inventing his own sculptural vocabulary. From his iconic Molar Chair (1969) to Faust (2009), Castle's work has often reflected sociological and cultural developments in pop culture, film and music. At the age of 77, Wendell Castle is at the height of his career and creativity. Recently, contemporary works have been acquired by major museums including: the Museum of Fine Arts (Houston, TX); Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, Smithsonian Institutions (New York, NY); Brooklyn Museum (Brooklyn, NY); and the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art (Kansas City, MO).
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