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Tuesday, October 05, 2004

Video Review of Dan Flavin Exhibition

I'm noodling around ideas for a thought piece on the future of visual arts journalism. I won't show my hand right now, but I will share one link that I plan to include in the essay because I think it's a winner and deserves some individual focus.

On The Washington Post's website, Blake Gopnik presents a video review of the Dan Flavin exhibition that opened last weekend at the National Gallery. I've made positive mention of Gopnik's video pieces before, and this one is as solid as his others.

Sure I've got some quibbles. Gopnik could have used a thesaurus to find a synonym for "pretty," but overall I like the format and his presentation of Flavin's work. It's worth spening a couple minutes to check it out.



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