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Reader’s Diary: ‘Eva Hesse: Diaries’ 

An artist’s fame may continue, or even grow, as the actual works on which it is nominally based are lost from sight. The post Reader’s Diary: ‘Eva Hesse: Diaries’  appeared first on Hyperallergic.
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