Matthew Barney

Feature

Saturday, March 08, 2003

Last month, the Guggenheim Museum unveiled one of the art world's most anticipated spectacles: an exhibition of Matthew Barney's Cremaster cycle. In the films and sculptures that make up the Cremaster cycle, Barney makes bizarre use of everyday materials, including concrete, tapioca, Vaseline and rock salt. While the show was being installed, Studio 360's David Krasnow met with Barney and his crew.

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David Krasnow

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