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Sculpture on the Moon: Meet Artist Paul van Hoeydonck
Thursday, December 12, 2013 - Museum in Washington, DC

 

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The Sculpture on the Moon

Scandals and conflicts obscured one of the most extraordinary achievements of the Space Age.

 

By Corey S. Powell and Laurie Gwen Shapiro

 

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."

 

She did.

 

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