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2008 | Visual Arts

Bold strokes at Mass MoCA; inspiration at the ICA

''Wall Drawing 915'' is part of a sprawling Sol LeWitt retrospective at Mass MoCA in North Adams. ''Wall Drawing 915'' is part of a sprawling Sol LeWitt retrospective at Mass MoCA in North Adams. (Courtesy of the estate of sol lewitt)
By Sebastian Smee
Globe Staff / December 28, 2008

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This year saw the new Institute of Contemporary Art truly come into its own, thanks largely to two inspired exhibitions: the Anish Kapoor show in the summer and the ongoing Tara Donovan show. (Full article: 934 words)

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