This artist has fashioned 1,001 heads of artists (including alive and long dead) from modeling clay. Incredibly, it took him only two years. Not surprisingly, he also makes comic books.
This project is educational in a number of ways. One is that it's way for people to see what famous artists whose faces are little known actually looked like. (The faces of only a few famed artists are well known, such as those of Andy Warhol and Salvador Dali.)
That might help viewers understand their personalities a bit more.
The museum's blurb says that, in addition to his art about fellow artists, he is "inspired by current events, such as the destruction of the World Trade Center and the dismantling of the Berlin Wall. Liebeskind attempts to make sense of the chaos in the world by using such powerful imagery in his work.''
Don't we all try to make sense of the world's chaos -- until, usually later in life, we give up trying?