A white woman in a sweater stands in a large studio among a half dozen vertical sculptures and samples.

How Arlene Shechet Makes Her Recalcitrant Materials Come Alive

This spring, Storm King Art Center is getting a serious makeover. Since its founding in 1960, the 500-acre sculpture park in the Hudson Valley has been gradually populated by world-class works: the modernist abstractions of David Smith and Mark di Suvero; Louise Nevelson’s glowering black cabinetry; towering monoliths by Ursula von Rydingsvard; and, most recently, …

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