THE GARDNER GOES GRAPHIC: It’s not every day that a Venetian-style palazzo gets bathed in neon lights, but that’s just what Joseph Kosuth, a pioneer in the conceptual art movement, has done to the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston.

In honor of the esteemed institution’s centennial, Kosuth has created three installations including a large-scale textual one on the exterior that excerpts tidbits from letters swapped between the museum’s namesake, James McNeill Whistler and Bernard Berenson.

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