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/ James Cohan Gallery
Robert Smithson’s “Pop”

JAMES COHAN GALLERY, New York

Robert Smithson, Untitled [Pink linoleum center], 1964.
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Thyrza Nichols Goodeve

Robert Smithson grew up collecting rocks, shells, and insects. He adored The American Museum of Natural History, about which he famously said: “There is nothing ‘natural’ about the Museum of Natural History. ‘Nature’ is simply another eighteenth- and nineteenth-century fiction.”(1) An iconic figure in what we now know as “Land... continue reading

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