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Published on Jun 9, 2008
James Kalm trolls his files to present this medley of some of New York's most unusual hidden and forbidden art works. Humor is a powerful tool for artists, and whether it's "Art Park", a scruffy square meter of grass, or Marcel Dzama's parody of Duchamp's "Etant donnés" one need only open their eyes to perceive this wonders. Other sites like the Zhang Huan exhibit (which disallows photography) or Jocelyn Shipley's "Secret Life of Sculpture" requires the courage to seek, find and photograph. Viewing Julian Schnabel's sculptural courtyard is more in the nature of a peek by a nosey neighbor.