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Front Row: Visual Arts

September 7, 2008

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"Tara Donovan" : This American artist finds a hidden life in substances the rest of us might think destined for the trash heap. In 2003, she suspended a vast globular sculpture, made from Styrofoam cups and hot wax, from the ceiling of a gallery, backlighting it to gorgeous effect. Again and again, she has roped together mundane objects with accidental-seeming ... (Full article: 554 words)

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