<b>THE CENTERPIECE:</b>
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The art of Dan Flavin

<b>THE CENTERPIECE:</b>
THE CENTERPIECE: The exhibition’s L.A. stop includes a re-creation of a 1982 installation that Dan Flavin made for the E.F. Hauserman Co. showroom. (Los Angeles County Museum of Art)
THE LAYOUT
THE LAYOUT: The 11 galleries at LACMA are chronologically installed, highlighting Flavin’s radically streamlined Minimalism. (Los Angeles County Museum of Art)
A TUNNEL
A TUNNEL: The configuration of this work, part of the E.F. Hauserman Co. re-creation, confounds one’s perception of spatial recession. (Los Angeles County Museum of Art)
FLICKER
FLICKER: Institutional light is transformed into sensuous wonders. The show has been on the road for nearly three years. (Los Angeles County Museum of Art)
ENLIGHTENMENT
ENLIGHTENMENT: This piece, “a primary picture, 1964,” is hung on the wall like a painting or low-relief sculpture. (Billy Jim / Los Angeles County Museum of Art)
ILLUMINATED
ILLUMINATED: This piece is “untitled (in honor of Harold Joachim)” (1977). (Billy Jim / Los Angeles County Museum of Art)
Halo
HALO EFFECT: A eureka moment in “the diagonal of May 25, 1963 (to Constantin Brancusi).” (Billy Jim / Los Angeles County Museum of Art)
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