McNay Sculptor Alexander Liberman’s Ascent

Sculptor Alexander Liberman's "Ascent" (1970). One of five of Liberman’s large metal sculptures that incorporate a crushed element. Painted steel, 16 x 20 x 25 ft. Collection of the McNay Art Museum purchase with the Russell Hill Rogers Fund for the Arts 2005.1 © Liberman Art Partners 2011. Photo courtesy of the McNay.

Sculptor Alexander Liberman’s “Ascent” (1970). One of five of Liberman’s large metal sculptures that incorporate a crushed element. Painted steel, 16 x 20 x 25 ft. Collection of the McNay Art Museum purchase with the Russell Hill Rogers Fund for the Arts 2005.1 © Liberman Art Partners 2011. Photo courtesy of the McNay.

Sculptor Alexander Liberman’s “Ascent” (1970). One of five of Liberman’s large metal sculptures that incorporate a crushed element. Painted steel, 16 x 20 x 25 ft. Collection of the McNay Art Museum purchase with the Russell Hill Rogers Fund for the Arts 2005.1 © Liberman Art Partners 2011. Photo courtesy of the McNay.