Review of Charley Friedman’s One Hour Smile on

July 31st, 2012

The most enjoyable part of my work as a museum curator was developing close relationships with artists, giving me privileged access to how they think and work, including opportunities to experience their art at its most vulnerable, in process. From time to time I will share their work as a way to reflect on the theological nature of art. One artist who has had a profound effect on my thinking over the past decade is Charley Friedman, whose One Hour Smile (1995) is one of the most provocative and enjoyable works I’ve encountered.

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