Joe Fig thinks smalls, and we mean that in a good way. Fig’s series of table sculptures (2003-2008) is a testament to the artist’s patience, skill, and attention to detail. Each piece is a miniature portrait of an artist’s workspace. From we gather, the titles indicate the artist that the piece is inspired by. If so, Fig’s table sculpture are not only brilliant, but intimate.

Gregory Amenoff: 3/28/06. (Courtesy of Joe Fig.)

Gregory Amenoff: 3/28/06. (Courtesy of Joe Fig.)

Chuck Close(Bridgehampton) : April 26, 2006. (Courtesy of Joe Fig.)

Chuck Close(Bridgehampton) : April 26, 2006. (Courtesy of Joe Fig.)

Rochelle Feinstein: 7/10/06. (Courtesy of Joe Fig.)

Rochelle Feinstein: 7/10/06. (Courtesy of Joe Fig.)

Barnaby Furnas: 1/3/06. (Courtesy of Joe Fig.)

Barnaby Furnas: 1/3/06. (Courtesy of Joe Fig.)

Julie Mehretu: 4/18/06. (Courtesy of Joe Fig.)

Julie Mehretu: 4/18/06. (Courtesy of Joe Fig.)

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