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Art of the Month Club: Jonathan D. Secor

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“I will meet you at the eyes” was what the nice Irish woman speaking from her office in mid-town Manhattan said shortly after Hurricane Sandy had devastated large swaths of New York, ending what had already been a somewhat bizarre conversation about post storm logistics of picking up eleven year old girls from Brooklyn, Manhattan and Westchester. “I will meet you at the eyes”.

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Art of the Month Club: Sara Farrell Okamura

Front of WCMA, featuring Eyes (nine elements), 2001, by Louise Bourgeois_Photo by A.BlakeGardner

It has been 11 years since Louise Bourgeois’s Eyes, were installed as a gateway into the Williams College Museum of Art. Its undulating magic carpet of verdant lawn and burnished bronze bobbing eyeballs with extended phallic pupils has served as a touchstone for discourse, both negative and positive, a playground, a landmark, and a memory.

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Eye Can See Clearly Now

Lousie Bourgeois, Multi-Eye, 2001_cleaning1

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