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The Beauty of Absent Bodies

Whoever thought that Carl Andre’s joyless, hug-the-floor sculpture was the logical culmination of Brancusi got it wrong. This kind of thinking strikes me as macho, competitive, and prescriptive. The post The Beauty of Absent Bodies appeared first on Hyperallergic.
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