Funhouse or peaceful space
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Funhouse or peaceful space

"For Gordon Bunshaft," a work from 2006 by Americanconceptual artist Dan Graham is installed in thesculpture garden of the Smithsonian's Hirshhorn Museum. (Whitney Shefte and Maria Howell/The Washington Post)

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