Chiharu Shiota’s monumental installation in the Sackler will be her only work in the United States before she represents Japan at the Venice Biennale in 2015. Watch this internationally renowned artist at work starting August 18.

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    And monumental it is
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    Chiharu Shiota Public installation August 18–21, 2014 On view: August 30, 2014–June 7, 2015 Arthur M. Sackler Gallery...
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    This looks pretty cool