Len Lye: The New Yorker explores Lye’s early years in New York—between his arrival from Britain in 1944 and the emergence of his kinetic sculpture, or ‘tangibles,’ in the early 1960s.
With an extensive look into the Len Lye Foundation collection and archives, this exhibition considers the breadth of Lye’s activity in this important but often overlooked period, charting Lye’s progress from experimental filmmaking to becoming a leading figure of the 1960s Kinetic art movement.
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