[On exhibit at the Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Gallery of Columbia University]

The gallery is in a new building, in Manhattanville.  I was the only visitor at that time.

I took the picture from the side, to avoid glare.  (It occurs to me now that the perspective distortion is a test of three-dimensionality. Hence I’m in a gallery, not in the real world.  It’s sort of trivial and profound.  You pick.)

The staged photograph is a statement of strength, of pride.  I spent a lot of time in front of it.  (I failed to take down the name of the woman artist, and can’t find the image on the internet either.)

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