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"Underlife" in Albright-Knox


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The Albright-Knox Art Gallery began installing "Underlife" by Jason Middlebrook of Hudson, New York, Wednesday, July 17, 2013. The large piece, made of primarily fiberglass and mosaic-mirrored tile simulates a giant tree root. It's a homage to Frederick Law Olmsted, who gave great importance to trees. The installation will be completed by the first weekend in August. The permanant installation was commissioned by the Albrigh-Knox as part of its campus revamp. From left: Miles Dristoll of Func Art who is doing the installation, Middlebrook, and Jed Cleary of Func Art examine the bass of the sculpture. (Sharon Cantillon/Buffalo News)

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