Sure, people have found all sorts of rare things in Google Maps, but I think I have found the first example of a conservation treatment of an artwork in progress. The image above is of a conservation crew working on the Tony Smith sculpture, The Elevens Are Up from 1963 — this version…
Minnesota sculptor Randy Walker, who uses fiber and frameworks to create small and large works of art, has won Forecast Public Art’s first McKnight Mid-Career Project Grant for $50,000.
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