In the 1980s, Holt Quentel was noted for turning fresh canvas into faux-distressed tarpaulins emblazoned with iconic letters and numbers, and for appropriating mass-produced Eames chairs for display. Klaus Ottman, in a catalog, said, “She escapes the fatality of simulation by overwinding it an extra turn that puts her at the beginning of time.” Roberta Read More
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