Looks like you need to close a tag, Jen.
Oh, my original reason for response was to express happiness about being able to experience Bunyon's Chess as it was meant to be experienced. Looking forward to that.
what will be done about replacing the boring art? not all of it, just the boring ones.
The security officers there sure take their jobs seriously, especially at night.
The Di Suvero sculpture at the St. Louis art museum was always one of my favorites when I lived there in the 80s. You're right, they really need to be experienced and not viewed from afar.
RE .."I love that the pavilion is a place in the park to consider the relationship between the wall and the floor, and to consider the history of relief.."-
Right... that's an interesting angle- but what does it have to do with the New Deal? ^..^
That's freaking exciting that they're going to have Geoff McFetridge at the park. I've wanted him to show in Seattle again for a long time. His small installation at HOUSTON was amazing and the work he's been doing since then (the past 7 years) is going to be a HUGE shot of vitality for viewing contemporary art in Seattle.
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