Live Anaconda to Visit ASU Art Museum for the Opening of "Juan Downey: The Invisible Architect"
Juan Downey, "Anaconda Map of Chile," 1973
Photo by Harry Shunk, courtesy of The Juan Downey Foundation
ASU Art Museum's season kickoff in September. While you might be tempted to touch the textured and intricate work of featured artist Juan Downey, you probably won't want to put your hands anywhere near his piece that's accompanied by a live, moody, six-foot-long anaconda.
Knox explains that Downey was an artist who "took very seriously the social systems as an aesthetic form. It was almost anthropological."
[This post has been updated for accuracy since its original publication.]
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