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One crisp March morning in 1969, artist Paul van Hoeydonck was visiting his Manhattan gallery when he stumbled into the middle of a startling conversation. Louise Tolliver Deutschman, the gallery’s director, was making an energetic pitch to Dick Waddell, the owner. “Why don’t we put a sculpture of Paul’s on the moon,” she insisted. Before Waddell could reply, van Hoeydonck inserted himself into the exchange: “Are you completely nuts? How would we even do it?”
Deutschman stood her ground. “I don’t know,” she replied, “but I’ll figure out a way.”
Assuming anyone ever landed on the moon to display this "sculpture", I would hope Human artistic endeavors would have been better represented. Sorry, but it screams voodoo doll to me.
I only viewed the image and did not read the lonnnng article since in my mind, Humans have never set foot on the moon anyway.
Great...more garbage on the moon. Everywhere we go we leave our trash and destroy the pristine nature of things. Why can't we follow the motto of, "Leave it as you found it", or "Leave no Trace".
I am not impressed, but then again, I think dogs playing cards is art.