A New York Doctor’s Office Doubles as a Gallery Showing Sculptures by Aaronel deRoy Gruber

A kinetic composition in acrylic and chrome, 1981, at 57W57Arts. Photography by Jillian Buckley.

Appearing in “Aaronel deRoy Gruber—Plexiglas Sculptures From the ’60’s and ’70’s” at 57W57Arts, a 1969 serigraph on paper. Photography by Dan Mohan/Irving and Aaronel Deroy Gruber Foundation.

Of unknown date, a piece solely in acrylic. Photography by Dan Mohan.

An acrylic sculpture with an illuminated base, 1973. Photography by Jllian Buckley.

A 1970 wall sculpture. Photography by Jllian Buckley.

From 1976, a mobile sculpture in acrylic and chrome. Photography by Dan Mohan/Irving and Aaronel Deroy Gruber Foundation.

A 1981 kinetic piece in acrylic and chrome. Photography courtesy of 57w57arts.

Haus-Rucker-Co’s famous 1968 Flyhead (Environment Transformer). Photography by Gerald Zugmann/Haus-Rucker-Co.

An acrylic sculpture with the gallery’s chair by Erwine and Estelle Laverne and bench by Arthur Umanoff. Photography by Jillian Buckley.

One of the artist’s rare uses of an opaque acrylic-PVC. Photography by Dan Mohan/Irving and Aaronel Deroy Gruber Foundation.

A 1968 piece in acrylic and silk screen. Photography by Dan Mohan.

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