The installation is described as "[a] 38-foot-by-30-foot crater, eight feet deep," which "extends almost to the walls of the gallery, surrounded by a fourteen-inch ledge of concrete floor."
It took 10 days to "build," as Mr. Saltz reported, costing the gallerist Mr. Brown roughly $250,000.
"Heaven only knows what his landlord thought of it," quipped Mr. Saltz.
According to PropertyShark.com, the gallery building at 620 Greenwich Street is owned by Patrick La Frieda.
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