Saturday, June 23, 2018

Walking the Law

Larry Rivers is in trouble again.

This time, a sculpture of a pair of legs, measuring over 16-feet and installed in Sag Harbor, NY, have been found to be in violation of local building and zoning codes. The recent controversy poses those that believe these local laws should not apply to a work of art, and more so to the venerable Larry Rivers.

Via the Wall Street Journal.


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