THE INSTITUTE OF CONTEMPORARY ART/BOSTON
 

ICA/Vita Brevis:
Niho Kozuru

June 22 - October 11, 2004

The Paul Revere House, downtown Boston's oldest building and one of the city's few remaining structures from the seventeenth century, is the site of a new work by ICA Artist-in-Residence Niho Kozuru. Located in the garden and courtyard of the Revere House, Re-Turning the Past is an assemblage of cast forms that revisits the original meaning of colonial architectural ornaments and the tradition of fine craftsmanship that characterizes Bostons rich architectural legacy.
 

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