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Polly Apfelbaum's fallen paintings and beads of devotion in her secular chapel of abstract art

A secular chapel might seem an impossible contradiction in terms - an unsustainable union of worldliness and divinity. The mystery of mortality doesn't merge easily with the empirical here-and-now. Yet that is what is invoked by a large, lovely new installation by Polly Apfelbaum. The words "secular...
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