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Things That Go Bump in the Night

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Today in Tablet Magazine, gallerist Robin Cembalest reviews an exhibit at the Brooklyn Museum of Eva Hesse’s early, expressionist paintings (which prefigured her more famous post-minimalist sculptures), and suggests that the show’s creators perhaps have ignored the stamp the Holocaust left on Hesse’s work.


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