worktable made with upside-down sawhorses?

Abby Robinson/Hauser & Wirth Gallery

We were looking at this photo of a work table of artist Dieter Roth on display Hauser & Wirth gallery, admiring its design, and its sculptural base…and started to wonder if those V-shaped supports were not simply upside-down wooden sawhorses affixed to a slab of plywood.

Abby Robinson/Hauser & Wirth Gallery


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2 Responses to worktable made with upside-down sawhorses?

  1. namemaria robledo 10.19.2010 at 6:32pm #

    on a side Sally ,Abby Robinson was my very first photography teacher at S.V.A.
    she was an inspiring teacher,She was and remains a true photographer!
    Wonder if this is the same one?
    This work is not like her personal stuff.

  2. Sally 10.26.2010 at 8:08pm #

    Yeah, but lucky her Maria, for getting to look at this guys stuff up close…

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