Sitting on art
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Sitting on art

The piece "Six-Part Seating" by American sculptor Scott Burton was conceived in 1985, but made in 1998. The piece is installed in the sculpture garden of the National Gallery of Art. (Whitney Shefte and Maria Howell/The Washington Post)

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