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Photos: James Turrell's Mesmerizing 'Meeting' At PS1 Open After Long Renovation

It took James Turrell six years to install his seminal, site-specific piece Meeting at MoMA PS1 back in the early 1980s. That was partially because he had to jackhammer through the thick concrete roof that covers that particular section of PS1, built that way in case they wanted to add additional stories when it functioned as a school. So once it came time for a major rethink of the space, it was never going to be a cakewalk.
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