Ydessa Hendeles, Partners  (The Teddy Bear Project), 2002, family-album photographs, antique teddy bears with photographs of their original owners and related ephemera, mahogany display cases, painted steel mezzanines, and painted portable walls with hanging light fixtures and custom wall lighting, dimensions variable. COURTESY YDESSA HENDELES AND THE YDESSA HENDELES ART FOUNDATION
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10,000 Lives

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Gwangju, South Korea
Through November 7 Read More

Installation of a “Chromosaturation,” 1965/2010, at the Miami Art Museum.
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