Siah Armajani first studied philosophy. That proclivity for ethics is showcased in “Follow this Line,” an exhibition of artwork by the Iranian-born sculptor at the , September 9 to December 30. Spanning 60 years of his career are some 100 pieces, ranging from the nearly 8-foot-tall red-and-blue Dictionary for Building: The Garden Gate from 1983 to a working model for Fallujah from 2004. Conceived in response to the U.S. occupation of Iraq, the latter was Guernica-inspired, horse and all.
Siah Armajani Sculptures Display at the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis
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