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John Boak

November 07, 2010 /

John Boak
Denver Art Museum under construction
By Daniel Libeskind

When completed Daniel Libeskind's expansion of the Denver Art Museum will be an interpenetrating assemblage of rhomboid forms with minimal appearance of the 90-degree box./John Boak

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John Boak is an artist living in Denver, Colorado. He began photographing the Libeskind-designed addition to the Denver Art Museum in March of 2004, after the structural steel began to be emerge from the foundation.

The images were research for paintings. He has continued to photograph the building, publishing the images on his site Cubistro, home of the Institute for Applied Cubism, which tracks phenomena of fragmentation and multiple simultaneous perspective in culture, politics, and world affairs.

John Boak

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Last updated: December 19, 2013

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