Monday, July 27, 2009

George Segal and the city

The Nelson-Atkins Museum presents George Segal: Street Scenes. It will only be open through this coming weekend, so if you are in the Kansas City area, don't miss this exciting exhibition. This is the first exhibit for George Segal that focuses on one theme, the city. More than a dozen large sculptures are included in this exhibition. Through these works, Segal chronicled the ever-evolving city from the quiet presence of The Diner (1964-66) to more contemporary references such as punk art graffiti in Dumpster (2000). Pictured above, Walk, Don't

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