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'Kane discusses the aegis of inner and outer landscapes of a retrospective exhibit of the work of Mark Rothko. His paintings in Guggenheim Museum were beginning to look like images of landscapes, with the horizon line defined by the junction between the two squares of color, one top of the other. On the other hand, the National Gallery's exhibit differs in the border and the strange flecks of white: the viewer was simultaneously outside the painting looking in, and inside looking beyond.' (Editor's abstract)

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    y separately published work icon Kenyon Review vol. 25 no. 3/4 Summer 2003 Z1887092 2003 periodical issue 2003 pg. 207-223
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