Cover of Blue inspires art

The New York Times has an article on an art show called “S&M: Shrines and Masquerades in Cosmopolitan Times” at the 80 Washington Square East Galleries in the New York University, which runs through tomorrow. One of the pieces is a sculpture by Chris Bogia based on the cover of Joni Mitchell’s album Blue

Joni Mitchell, or rather her doleful face as seen on the cover of her “Blue” album, weeps big blown-glass tears in an altarlike sculpture by Chris Bogia.

Here’s a link to the sculpture on the article’s accompanying slideshow.

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