ARTSY: 9 Booths Not to Miss at New York’s ADAA



At CRG Gallery, Brazilian artist Alexandre Da Cunha has an irresistible array of shaggy wall compositions made of mop heads as well as a tableau of smaller works—playful constructions composed of industrial materials, refuse, and found objects. A drum-like form wrapped in knitting wool perches atop a block of concrete; a tambourine turned on its side sits on the head of a glass bottle to form an anthropomorphic sculpture. “They’re almost like drawings,” gallery director Richard Desroche says of the sculptures, which, together with the mop works and a giant metal urn, are on sale for between $10,000 and $55,000 a piece.




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