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Carter Foster on Jasper Johns

A drawing like this one may seem limited on first viewing, as if the artist has provided himself with numerous constraints. A simple, rectilinear structure of two rows keeps things firmly in place. There is no color, just modulations of gray and black. The numbers are signs so familiar one might consider them boring. Space is not rendered in any deep, volumetric way.

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