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Steel Magnolia

A show of small-scale sculptures expands the legacy of John Chamberlain
At just over 10 inches high and 14 inches wide, the sculpture is a little larger than a basketball

Abstract expressionist John Chamberlain took the gestural force of Jackson Pollock’s paintings and rendered it in three dimensions. His most famous sculptures—mammoth car doors

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