These photographs represent sculpted time. On Kawara would work on a specific painting only on that day, and if it was not finished to his liking within the 24 hours, he would destroy the work all together. Some find the artwork incredibly vague and not worthy of show, while others can barely stand to look at the painting because it involves invasive thoughts. This artist was intriguing to me because of the perfection of the painting, without using any type of stencils. If something important happened on that day, he often would add a news clipping- or us the size of the sculpture to promote that the day was important. There was one that was too small to post that took up almost the entire room, without any news clippings or other information, and it is inferred that the date has an extreme value to either the author or the public.