Steve Gunn Is Rock’s Best-Kept Secret

Steve Gunn Is Rock’s Best-Kept Secret
In the spring of 2003, Steve Gunn spent two months drawing lines on a wall in Beacon, New York. He was in his twenties at the time, not long out of college and still years away from his current life as a highly respected singer-guitarist. The lines were part of a long-term installation by conceptual pioneer Sol LeWitt at Dia:Beacon, the airy temple of modern art that would open later that year in a former Nabisco factory overlooking the Hudson River.

“It was an amazing time,” Gunn says on a recent Saturday afternoon at Dia:Beacon,
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