Friday, September 24, 2021

Make Art, or Else!

From the NY Sun comes a story concerning London gallery Albion Gallery and their lawsuit against James Turrell. The lawsuit asks “a federal judge order Mr. Turrell to get to work on an uncompleted series of installations.” The series at issue, titled Tall Glass, involves projections of “a light field” within a room, according to legal papers. Donn Zaretsky has a retort to this story here.



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