Well, what a better way to catch up than to view EVERYTHING all at once in the massive rotunda at the Gugg?? "All" displayed 128 pieces of his work, pretty much everything he's done since 1996. There was just SO much to see, I think I spent several hours just exploring the exhibit from every level! I think I definitely appreciated seeing his work in this way more than I would have with a typical gallery set up where the pieces are showcased separately. Lots of pictures below, but I'm not going to bother putting it under a cut because its all amazing.
|(Images courtesy of NYtimes and Art Observed)|