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Visual Arts Review

Seeing the light in a maverick's new work

A rare opportunity to study an artist who made history in the late '70s

By Ken Johnson
Globe Staff / July 8, 2007

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RIDGEFIELD, Conn. -- Playing hard to get with the gallery and museum system is not recommended for most artists, but it works for some. David Hammons and Cady Noland are two Garboesque artists whose legends have grown in inverse proportion to their limited public exposure. Neil Jenney , who has a small gem of a show at the Aldrich Contemporary ... (Full article: 1012 words)

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