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Interview: Folkert de Jong, an artist of spirit and Styrofoam
Folkert de Jong is a kind of modern-day Dutch master: His sculptures convert base materials into physically and philosophically complex work that is true to that legacy in both letter and spirit. Steeped in the rich history,...
- Posted April 17, 2011