Christie’s is pleased to present Shatter, a private selling exhibition of New York-born sculptor Jonathan Prince’s work, his second viewing at Christie’s Sculpture Garden on Madison Avenue. Drawing upon his extensive knowledge of nature, science and the human body, Prince creates monumental and large-scale works of art out of materials such as stainless steel, CorTen steel, aluminium, bronze and granite. Prince’s works feature in notable public and private collections, including The Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum at Michigan State University and The Joseph M. Cohen Family Collection, and has been shown across the United States, in addition to his 2012 Liquid State series exhibition at Christie’s Sculpture Garden.
As the New York-born, Massachusetts-based sculptor’s private selling exhibition opens at Christie’s Sculpture Garden on Madison Avenue, he talks to us about his work, his influences and the ‘duality of perfection versus chaos’
Studio Visit:Jonathan Prince
Christie’s Sculpture Garden
535 Madison Avenue
New York, NY 10022
Through 10 November, 2019
Tel: +1 212 636 2061
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