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  • Christopher Holdsworth

    NEW YORK—In a small room in the rear of Andrea Rosen Gallery, there is a huge plaster installation by David Altmejd currently on view. It’s title is fitting. Called simply “Wave,” it looks like a big, white wave swirling and thrusting away from the wall into the gallery space.

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