Past Exhibition

Devils’ Pageant

Collaboration Between George Nama & Alfred Brendel

April 6 — May 31, 2002

Inspired by his friend’s poetry, George Nama has created a series of light-hearted, yet charged etchings and bronze sculpture that The New York Times writer Grace Glueck, in her rave review, finds reminiscent of the surrealist Max Ernst; while Art in America critic David Ebony labels the work “visual poetry.”

Brendel’s poems in German, along with their English translations, book-end the ten Nama etchings along with sculptures and drawings in this exhibition, titled “Devils’ Pageant/Von Teufeln.”