Chihuly: The George R. Stroemple Collection

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'As Marcel Duchamp said, 'the creation of art restlessly oscillates between two poles: the artist and the spectator', ' writes Donald Kuspit in his insightful essay, 'Chihuly and Stroemple: A Meeting of Imaginations'. He suggests that 'the collector is the ideal spectator.' For Dale Chihuly, George R. Stroemple, may be the ultimate 'ideal spectator' as he possesses more works by Chihuly than any other collector, concentrating on three series only -- the Irish Cylinders, Macchia, Venetians -- and Drawings. In 1997 the ...

Chihuly: The George R. Stroemple Collection 2006, Portland Art Museum

ISBN-13: 9781883124069

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