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Whiting Tennis’ love for old and neglected things showcased in art at the Tang

“Wilderness Painting” from 2011 and sculpture “Tabletop” from 2011 are part of “Opener 22,” a solo exhibit of Whiting Tennis’ work at the Tang Teaching Museum at Skidmore College. (Image Courtesy of the Tang teaching Museum at Skidmore College)
“Wilderness Painting” from 2011 and sculpture “Tabletop” from 2011 are part of “Opener 22,” a solo exhibit of Whiting Tennis’ work at the Tang Teaching Museum at Skidmore College. (Image Courtesy of the Tang teaching Museum at Skidmore College)
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When we were young, monsters camped under the bed and demons lurked in the dark. As we grow up, those frightening figures vanish. But fear of the unknown, of evil beings who could hurt us, is always with us, isn’t it? So it is with a 7-foot-tall sculpture inhabiting a grassy patch outside the front doors of the Tang Teaching Museum and Art Gallery. Made of plywood that the artist covered with hot, oozing black ...


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