George Herms is known for his poetic assemblages of discarded, disheveled materials. But back in the ’60s, he had preoccupations besides art: he was “tapped out”—that is, broke and ready to tap-dance on street corners for cash—and facing eviction. His… More»
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Russian Dancers, 1899, Edgar Degas, pastel and brush on tracing paper. Courtesy of a private collection.