The Museum for African Art and BRIC Arts | Media | Bklyn are proud to present thirty years of never-before-seen drawings and sketches by the internationally acclaimed sculptor El Anatsui. At the center of the exhibition is the monumental installation Peak Project (1999), composed of numerous freestanding “peaks” made from thousands of glittering tin-can lids. Ghanaian born El Anatsui is recognized as one of the most original and compelling artists of his generation. Process and Project is organized by the Museum for African Art and on view at BRIC Rotunda Gallery March 25 through May 2, 2009.
Image: El Anatsui, Peak Project, 1999. Courtesy El Anatsui/Museum for African Art.