Modernism presents Nymphs and Sirens, a diverse collection of new and reimagined works by acclaimed American visual artist Michael Dweck. Since his childhood on Long Island’s cloistered shores, the sea has served as muse, subject and metaphor in Dweck’s art. It revealed itself as an Eden for the “forever young” surfers in 2004’s paradisiacal and symbolic The End: Montauk, N.Y., and appeared again as an abstract environment for the evasive female forms that populated 2009’s impressionistic Mermaids. Now, in his latest body of work, Nymphs and Sirens, Dweck, turns his focus to motion and medium, while carrying along reference points from the aforementioned sea-inspired collections. At the center of the new collection is a series of Sculptural Forms that feature photographs from Montauk

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