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Orly Genger: sculptor and seeker of inspiration

Orly Genger enjoys reading the writings of other artists and rarely picks up fiction. Orly Genger enjoys reading the writings of other artists and rarely picks up fiction. (Hadley Fruits)
By Amy Sutherland
November 6, 2011

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At 32, Orly Genger already has a sculpture in the Museum of Modern Art’s collection. She also won this year’s $25,000 Rappaport Prize from the DeCordova Sculpture Park and Museum. The artist, who makes massive, writhing installations of hand-woven rope, lives in New York City.

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