Paula Bonnell

Starting Places, Moves

In light, black is the absence of color. In paint, the sum of all colors. At MOMA, my cousin the artist told me, is a painting, nine shades of black. Stop in front of its seeming monochrome and wait. They are there, like squares of tic-tac-toe, and will gradually appear to you in their shades of shade…

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