Eleanor Antin’s Vietnam-Era Boots Speak to Today’s Troubles

By Blake Gopnik for artnet on April 3, 2017

I was struck by how much crazy labor she put into it. For month after month after month, her five-score empty rubber boots had to be carted across the country, set up in various evocative spots, and then photographed before someone could come along and chase Antin away...

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Image is courtesy of Artist Eleanor Antin, artnet, and Alden Projects, New York.

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