>>To hear it from curators, gray is not just a familiar color for Mr.
Johns but the essence of a long metaphysical journey, an exploration
of "the condition of gray itself." At least that's the premise of a
sprawling exhibition of his work that opens Tuesday at the
Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.
But when pressed on the show's focus, he said simply: "Yes, gray has
been important to me. But I don't tend to think of it as separate from
the rest of my work."
Exhibit - February 5, 2008–May 4, 2008
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