Thornton Dial, Setting the Table, 2003, shoes, gloves, bedding, beaded car-seat cover, cloth carpet, artificial flowers, crushed paint cans, found metal, frying pan, cooking utensils, chain, wood, Splash Zone compound, oil, and enamel on canvas on wood.
COURTESY DAVID LEWIS, NEW YORK
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