exhibition, Carpenters Workshop Gallery, Paris, until 1\2\2014
Wendell Castle’s work is recognized for its sardonic sense of humour and uniquely sculptural use of materials, including his signature use of stack-laminated wood. He has continually reinvented himself for half a century, approaching 80 years old with no signs of slowing down. Often credited as the founding father of the American crafts movement, changing the way we view furniture and expanding the possibilities of design and art, Castle has redesigned sculpture and design by seamlessly fusing the two into one genre. In Carpenters Workshop Gallery, 54 Rue de la Verrerie, Paris.