Soto: Paris and Beyond 1950–1970
by Robert C. Morgan
The Brooklyn Rail, April 2, 2012

“Estrellita Brodsky did the research for this exceptionally powerful, yet paradoxically intimate exhibition. In a catalogue essay by Sarah K. Rich, titled “Soto and You,” she refers to Soto’s work as a “pedagogical model of self-awareness.” On another level, her secular thesis may be the counterpart of Buber’s “dialogical encounter” as Soto’s work becomes the place and time of transmission between human beings—an activist encounter between the perceivers in which each may feel the impact as a kind of heightened and rarified encounter.”

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