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- Dan Peterman: Sulfur Cycle 2.0–
- Long Four stacks of light-colored materials, which appear to be drywall, are installed in a gallery setting. Each stack of drywall is about thigh high, is laid out lengthwise along an open window. The bare branches of trees and a street is visible outside the window. The bright sunshine out the window on the left side of the gallery cast shadows from the stacks along the right of the floor.
- Chuck Close: Portraits–
- Long We are looking inside of a white-walled gallery with shiny black floors. Installed on a rear wall are four large-scale portrait close-ups of faces, three with short hair and one with long hair. Closer to the viewer, a freestanding wall is hung with a large portrait of a fair-skinned person with short, dark hair and large brownish-red glasses. People are standing in the galleries, hands on hips, viewing the portraits, which are taller than they are.