Wyatt Kahn, an artist living and working in New York City, creates abstract artworks that could be taken for broken relics mounted on the wall. Nevertheless, they are purposeful sculptures made out of stretcher panels and raw canvas. Beautifully pieced together in what appears to be a random fashion to form one cohesive collage, Wyatt Kahn's structures are quite captivating in their geometric intricacies.
Although clean and simple at first glance, there is a depth to Wyatt Kahn's work that people will get lost in. Sam Cornish writes about Wyatt Kahn's work, "Broadly the type of illusion Kahn employs is one that comes after the reduction of minimalist painting. The flat, object quality of each part is in one sense simply accepted."