Art’s Mad Inventor Is All Over New York

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL | Andy Battaglia:

With all of his jury-rigged sculptural re-creations, Tom Sachs has cast himself as the mad inventor of the art world. Over his two-decade-plus career, projects have included simulated office furniture made of phone books and duct tape, and a faux McDonald’s fashioned from plywood and assorted kitchen appliances. In 2012 he ambitiously filled the massive drill hall of the Park Avenue Armory with makeshift contraptions designed for an imaginary Mars space mission… Read more

Image: Tom Sachs next to a charcoal chopper and in front of the tea room at his upcoming exhibition ‘Tom Sachs: Tea Ceremony’ at the Noguchi Museum. Photo: Claudio Papapietro for The Wall Street Journal

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