November 12, 2010

75 Reasons to Live: Jennifer Fletcher on J. B. Blunk

Jennifer Fletcher, assistant curator of architecture and design at SFMOMA, speaks on artist J. B. Blunk’s chair, Invisible Presence (1962). She talks about how the Marin County–based artist, who trained as a ceramicist, respected the inherent qualities of wood in his hand-hewn furniture.

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