The painting in the middle is a 1963 work by Jay Milder, “from his subway series,” says Grajales. But among her most exciting treasures, in my estimation, is the more unassuming piece in the upper right corner, an image of a grassy rift: It’s a single-print photograph by Olafur Eliasson, taken in Iceland. And then there’s the C-shaped collage below it which, like so many of the objects back here, is more about sentimental value: “A daughter of a friend of mine made it for me from found objects,” she says.
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The painting in the middle is a 1963 work by Jay Milder, “from his subway series,” says Grajales. But among her most exciting treasures, in my estimation, is the more unassuming piece in the upper right corner, an image of a grassy rift: It’s a single-print photograph by Olafur Eliasson, taken in Iceland. And then there’s the C-shaped collage below it which, like so many of the objects back here, is more about sentimental value: “A daughter of a friend of mine made it for me from found objects,” she says.