Peering into Paul McCarthy's studio
In honor of the artist's latest work with the Park Avenue Armory, we look back at Paul McCarthy's first project with Public Art Fund in 2001.
The Box was a replica of the artist's studio (set at 90 degrees) inside a giant wooden crate, viewable to the public through a frame of one of the studio's windows. Inside the studio, the original wall, ceiling and floor were used. The "3-D painting" went back fifty feet into the space soared twenty feet high. Visitors who stepped up to take a look were given a disorienting view of the artist's work space. Read more