The New York Times
A Contemporary Art Titan’s (Almost) Secret Commune
By M.H. Miller
The sculptor Mark di Suvero’s New York studio occupies a complex of warehouses on an isolated stretch of the East River in Astoria, Queens. But the outward anonymity belies what’s inside: something like a bustling artists’ commune, over which di Suvero presides. There are large, live-in studios set aside for younger artists, and several glossy exhibition spaces display his work. ...
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