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George Rickey headlining Sculpture in the Streets 

Jun 17 2011 - Mar 01 2012

The Marlborough Gallery is pleased to announce that the work of George Rickey is headlining Sculpture in the Streets, a public art exhibition and walking tour in Albany, New York. Rickey, known for his abstract, kinetic sculptures, lived and worked in the Capitol District from 1960 until his death in 2002, including a six-year stint teaching sculpture at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. The Art of a Kinetic Sculptor exhibition and walking tour is free and open to the public and features works such as Three Squares Gyratory I (1971), Six Lines In A "T" (1964-79), and Column of Four Squares Excentric Gyratory III (1990), all on loan from the George Rickey Foundation, as well as works from public collections in the Capital Region, such as Etoile Variation V (1978), permanently installed at The Albany Institute of History and Art. For more details, please see the Downtown Albany website.

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Summary: The work of George Rickey is headlining Sculpture in the Streets, a public art exhibition and walking tour in Albany, New York