"Muro" by Bosco Sodi in Washington Square Park | September 7, 2017

Paul Kasmin Gallery is pleased to present Bosco Sodi’s Muro, the artist’s first public installation in New York at Washington Square Park. Muro is a 2-meter high by 8-meter long wall, constructed with 1,600 unique clay timbers that Sodi fired by hand at his studio in Oaxaca, México with the help of local craftsman.

Bosco Sodi's Muro is featured in El Economista, The New York Times, The Washington Examiner and more. 

 Clay timbers in Oaxaca, Mexico, to be used in Bosco Sodi’s installation “Muro.” Courtesy of Studio Bosco Sodi.

Clay timbers in Oaxaca, Mexico, to be used in Bosco Sodi’s installation “Muro.” Courtesy of Studio Bosco Sodi.