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The Chinese-born artist’s recent art is a celebration of work he made years ago. The show is no retrospective, but it does feature large piles of sawdust created — and collected — by the artist over 25 years of art-making. There’s even an interactive component, where visitors are invited to contribute their own handfuls of sawdust to Sham’s sprawling, landscape-like installation.
Read the full article by the Washington Post staff writer Michael O'Sullivan here at http://www.washingtonpost.com/gog/exhibits/foon-sham.
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