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Matthew Barney Brings Ancient Evenings to Life

Drifting this week down the East River, against the clamor of boats at work on the waterway, is a surreal sight: a barge outfitted with a mysterious replica of Norman Mailer’s New York home. The structure stands nearly four stories tall, maintains a sculptured state that took more than three weeks to assemble and requires a tugboat crew to move. It cuts a striking profile beneath the Brooklyn Bridge, with waves lapping lightly upon its floating foundation.

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