Visiting the new gallery that Chicago-based auction house Wright opened in NY, was a remarkable experience. The show celebrates the entire scope of work by Italian-born American sculptor Harry Bertoia, including some great examples of his bush forms, welded forms, and the Sonambients. The gallery looks like a jewel box on the one hand, and like a landscape field at the end of the summer on the other. And it is so beautiful. While Bertoia is known for his Diamond Chair which he designed for Knoll in 1952, it is with his sculptures and sculptural installations that he has made en even stronger impact. Please look my post from yesterday on a piece by Bertonia coming up at Skinner.