Phillip K. Smith III: 10 Columns
Phillip K. Smith III is recognized for his large-scale installations that live at the intersection of architecture and light.
Phillip K. Smith's Three Half Lozenges is currently on view, activating the façade of The Newark Museum of Art with a slowly changing program of LED lights that emerge over time beginning at dusk. It is uniquely suited to the Museum's historic architecture. This long-term installation returns the Museum’s Washington Street exterior to the original state of its 1926 edifice.
This catalogue accompanies Bridge Projects' inaugural exhibition with essays by Dan Cameron and Angela Bryant, and an ekphrastic poem by Mandy Kahn.