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#GagosianQuarterly: “As vehicles for meaning, works of art are always unfinished, imperfect: informed by the past, persistently and physically in the present, and oriented toward the future.”
In a recent “Gagosian Quarterly” article, James Lawrence looks back at the exhibition “A Journey That Wasn’t,” which was on view earlier this year at the Broad in Los Angeles. He examines how artists give shape and meaning to the passage of time, and how the passage of time shapes our evolving accounts of art. Read the article via the link in our bio!
Anselm Kiefer, “Maginot,” 1977–93, acrylic, emulsion, and shellac on woodcut mounted on canvas, 150 ½ × 196 ⅝ inches (382.3 × 499.4 cm). The Broad Art Foundation, Los Angeles © Anselm Kiefer