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He sure knew how to throw stones

Philip Johnson was the focus of one of the questions on my written comps when I was studying art history. Out of sentiment as well as historical delight, I always treat his Glass House and related works when I teach … Continue reading

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In the first post in this series, I discussed ways in which the space around a single figural sculpture becomes a tacit part of the artwork by virtue of the moving viewer’s interpretive act. In the second post, I considered … Continue reading

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