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Roni Horn aka Roni Horn

Roni Horn aka Roni Horn
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Ultimately, Roni Horn’s art is about seeing and being, the visual and the vital. As such, “Pink Tons,” a four-foot cube of pink glass weighing five tons, is a landmark in her career. “Pink Tons” is at once substantial and entirely present yet transparent and elusory, minimalism with a feminist touch.

If you are serious about understanding what art is and how it functions in the 21st century, Roni Horn aka Roni Horn presents an ideal opportunity to be challanged by the art of a major American artist.

(Institute of Contemporary Art, 100 Northern Ave., Boston MA, 617-478-3100.)

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