Work by Leonardo Drew. Medium: sculpture. Wood; 26 x 35 x 16 inches. Photo: John Berens. Courtesy the artist and Sikkema Jenkins & Co. © Leonardo Drew
- Comparing Drew's Number 8 and Number 167. How has he transformed the materials used in these sculptures, and how do the materials convey ideas, histories, or meanings?
- How does Drew’s approach and process compare to those of other visual artists, such as Mark Bradford (Season 4) and El Anatsui (Season 6)?
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