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'Too Much is Not Enough'
A wall is filled with a grid of 40 blinking neon light works in John Armleder's "Too Much is Not Enough." (Wiqan Ang for the Boston Globe) Wiqan Ang for the Boston Globe

Pretty mixed up

Pop, trash, kitsch combine artfully at Rose Museum

By Ken Johnson
Globe Staff / May 11, 2007

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WALTHAM -- Neon lights, garish wallpaper, 1950s furniture, live plants, Hawaiian-style pop music, B-movies, towers constructed from builder's scaffolding, revolving disco balls, a collection of silvery artificial Christmas trees, variously styled abstract paintings, and piles of dirt, books, and bricks: All this and much more makes up the entertaining sprawl of art and kitsch that is John Armleder's exhibition "Too ... (Full article: 957 words)

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