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Subject: Re: Smithsonian Renovation Date: 8/31/2006 11:11 AM
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I don't think you are nuts at all. With a large scale, it becomes a lot easier for a work of art to make an impression. Would a 4 inch by four inch Jackson Pollack have anything to say? I don't think so.

That for me is part of the genius of Paul Klee. His works are frequenty abstract and are invariably small, yet they have a great deal to say. That makes the Klee exhibit at the Phillips truely worth seeing. Just as Boudin can create the feeling of the whole Normandy coast in 25 square inches, Klee can probe the depths of the human subconscious in the same amount of space. They are both remarkable.
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