• The minute scratches you can see on the surface on John McCracken’s Red Plank in the right light, reminding you that it’s just like any other piece of lacquered fiberglass — that is, not invincible — making me wonder about its many years of being carted around and whatever other events have occurred in the sculpture’s life since 1969.
  • The apparent evidence of sanding around the concavities’ edges in Barbara Hepworth’s Two Figures.
  • Andrew Sa’s Andrew in Anotherland.