Sculptor Martin Puryear at MoMA

Thursday, November 29, 2007

Sculptor Martin Puryear is one of America’s most celebrated contemporary artists. John Elderfield curated the current survey of Martin Puryear’s work, now at MoMA until January 14, 2008.


John Elderfield and Martin Puryear
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Comments [4]


Very interesting interview. I listened to it at the museum on a second viewing of the show and it was a great companion to the exhibit.

Dec. 04 2007 03:42 PM
ken from n.y.

for the guest,like i said beforeafro-americans are not mixed like hispanics.some have no mixture at all.

Nov. 30 2007 04:25 AM
Lisa sanders from Montclair, NJ

I loved the Moma show but missed the interview today. Will you be making it available as a podcast?

Nov. 29 2007 02:39 PM
Francyne Pelchar from nyc

Hi Martin,

You probably don't remember me, a former neighbor from the 1776 loft in Chicago.

Brilliant show.

Francyne Pelchar

Nov. 29 2007 12:23 PM

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