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Abandoned, Reclaimed, Transformed: The Art of Nancy Rubins

I first came across the work of Nancy Rubins in the 1980s. My initial response was one of amazement – a 45 foot tall tornado-like form that literally contained everything, including the kitchen sink. Located next to a highway in … Continue reading

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