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Gedi Sibony: All These Hands Are Made of Crumbs

“Sibony’s meticulous engagement with the scavenged object, his reverence for the mundane, has … seemingly been an influence on a host of emerging artists worldwide.” –Lauren O’Neill-Butler

For over 20 years, Brooklyn-based artist Gedi Sibony (born 1973) has transformed cast-offs and other found materials into spare, elusive works of art, forging an evocative new strain of Minimalism from the salvage of contemporary life. This richly illustrated monograph surveys a decade of his varied production. Featuring newly commissioned texts by art historian Rhea Anastas and artist/poet Renee Gladman, as well as an interview with Sibony by Robert Enright, All These Hands Are Made of Crumbs surfaces points of connection between distinct bodies of work: from the artist’s acclaimed series of found paintings cut from the sides of decommissioned semi-trailers to the subtle sculptural objects that, for him, serve as “guideposts for reframing the experience of place.”

Text by Renee Gladman, Rhea Anastas. Interview by Robert Enright.
Published 2023
FORMAT: Hardcover, 9.5 x 10 in. / 184 pgs / 86 color.
ISBN: 9781941366530
PRICE: $50.00