Detail view of Lee Bontecou, Untitled, 1959. Welded steel, canvas, black fabric, and wire, 58 1/8 x 58 1/2 x 17 3/8. Museum of Modern Art.
"I was trying to search out for my own language, my own statement." – Lee Bontecou at Skowhegan in 1988
- Anaba has some nice photographs of the 1961 wall-relief sculpture in MoMA's current Lee Bontecou show — "All Freedom in Every Sense" — and a choice Art in America excerpt.
- The show's curator, Veronica Roberts, discussed selections from the show, including Bontecou's massive hanging sculpture, Untitled, 1980–98, on Artinfo.
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- When buildings become art: Jonathan Jones on the importance of architecture
- Photographs of Piedmont and Maurizio Cattelan sculptures
- An appropriation en abyme: Greg Allen's 20 x 200 edition
- Robert Morris' Scatter, which was one view at Leo Castelli last month, was a fabrication of the original 1968 work, which was disposed of after the original show.
- New York's ten ugliest buildings: an amazing way to celebrate the release of the new AIA Guide to New York City
- A map of fair Brooklyn