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The Hearst Tower discussion continues: 33 / 34 / 35
Someone makes the point that the top of the addition looks "lopped off." Agreed, from the original plan photos I thought it would be tapering, not boxy at the top. From the ground it does appear to taper. But from the side, at a distance, you can see it's just another damn box with a fake geodesic exterior. And the relationship to the "base"--hoo wheee. Check out the photos in the thread of the Urban Ziegfeld interiors--wild!
In case anyone missed this cheeky reply to the floating island...
Public - Fri September 30, 2005 7:30 pm to 9:00 pm
Remote Viewing Artists: Steve DiBenedetto
In Steve DiBenedetto's paintings and drawings, swirls, tendrils, lattices, and vortices crisscross, interweave, sever, and re-form, resulting in topsy-turvy underworlds that disturb almost as much as they enchant.
Gallery Talks: Remote Viewing Artists Join these exhibiting artists as they discuss their process, ideas, and approach to art making.
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