The Week contest: Unseen art
This week's question: An unknown buyer has paid $18,350 for "Io Sono [I Am]," an invisible sculpture by Salvatore Garau. The Italian artist, 67, describes the work as a "density of thoughts." In seven words or fewer, please come up with the name of a permanent exhibit where art lovers could admire high-concept sculptures or paintings that can't be seen.
THE WINNER: "The Air and Space Museum"
David Nordstrom, San Antonio, Texas
SECOND PLACE: "Wherefore Art Thou?"
Shirley Pagluica, Wells, Maine
THIRD PLACE: "The UnMet"
Maridith Janssen, Long Beach, California
"Nada is the New Dada"
Jim Brandley, Penn Valley, California
"The Invisible Manet"
Michael Rouse, Troy, Michigan
"Drawing a Blank"
Ken Kellam III, Dallas
Joan Sowatzke, Milwaukee
"From Dada to Nada"
Kenneth Burgan, Grass Valley, California
Shaun Manny, Alpharetta, Georgia
"The Blank Canvas"
Gary Evenson, McFarland, Wisconsin
Mike Chelstowski, Keene, New Hampshire
"Absence Makes the Art Grow Fonder"
Robyn Kupferman, Culver City, California
"The Exhibit That's Never Been Seen Before"
Joe Ayella, Wayne, Pennsylvania
Phyllis Klein, New York City
"Hall of Frames"
Bill Winslow, Alexandria, Virginia
"Louvre It to Your Imagination"
Johanna Tomik, Salt Point, New York
"The Emperor's New Art"
Patty Oberhausen, Fort Wayne, Indiana
"Perfectly Clear Masterpieces"
Mary Jo Astrachan, Oneida, New York