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Installation Morsels


by Jerome Weeks 23 Jun 2008

Putting up paper cut-outs on the gallery walls probably doesn’t provide quite the visceral drama of hauling in giant sculptures and re-constructing them onsite. So, as hoped, the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth’s blog offers a different sort of behind-the-scenes visual tidbit for the installation of its new Kara Walker exhibition of controversial paper […]

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Putting up paper cut-outs on the gallery walls probably doesn’t provide quite the visceral drama of hauling in giant sculptures and re-constructing them onsite. So, as hoped, the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth’s blog offers a different sort of behind-the-scenes visual tidbit for the installation of its new Kara Walker exhibition of controversial paper silhouettes. This is a stencil that Walker puts on her crates.

Seeing as it appears to be a self-portrait, this plank of plywood is, in effect, a signed Walker.

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