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Huang Yong Ping’s Amerigo Vespucci (2003)
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by Walter Robinson

It turns out I have a soft spot for art in the woods. I don’t mean those big sculptures plopped down on the lawn, like at your typical sculpture park, all nice and bucolic but basically boring. I mean art really hidden away among the shrubs and the trees. I discovered this only recently, on a stultifyingly hot day, during a trip to 17-acre plot on Quantuck Bay in Quioque, N.Y., owned by Jerome Stern, an 84-year-old art collector who is also a patron of the Israel Museum and on the photo committee at the Guggenheim Museum.