NEW CANAAN, Conn. — A man and a woman are separated by a grassy hill. He makes one movement — a snap, a jump — and she repeats it. They playfully signal to one another, flirting, perhaps like birds would do.
A good segment by The Glass House invites 1980s art superstar David Salle to the compound in New Canaan, Connecticut to explain how his works got into Philip Johnson’s collection.
Art nerds of the world, rejoice! Flavin Judd, the son of famed minimalist sculptor Donald Judd, is answering questions about his father’s work and its conservation.