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The Artist Project: Dustin Yellin

Feb 29, 2016
"I think you have access to the past and the future and the present simultaneously."

Artist Dustin Yellin reflects on ancient Near Eastern cylinder seals in this episode of The Artist Project—an online series in which artists respond to works of art in The Met collection.

About the Artist
Dustin Yellin, born in 1975, is an American artist who is best known for his sculptural paintings using glass. Yellin is the founder of Pioneer Works, a non-profit institute for art and innovation in Red Hook, Brooklyn.

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Dustin Yellin (American, born 1975)

The Triptych, 2012

Glass, collage, acrylic; 212.5 × 46.5 × 27 in. (539.75 × 118.11 × 68.58 cm) Courtesy of the artist © Dustin Yellin. Photo: David Deng

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