The work of Austrian sculptor Franz West is showing in its most comprehensive American survey to date in "Franz West, To Build a House You Start with the Roof: Work 1972 -2008" at the Baltimore Museum of Art.
The work of great painters is typically thought to have come from the skill of their own hand. But for Sol LeWitt, the ideas behind the art mattered most, and those were to be shared, even replicated.
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