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 Past Exhibition

Inside/Out: Staff Art Exhibition

December 15, 2009–March 5, 2010

Kemper East (200 E. 44th St)

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The desire to create, and in doing so express something of oneself, is an imperative for many people. For those who work at the Kemper Museum, surrounded every day by beautiful works of art and graceful architecture, this desire most often manifests itself in the visual arts. While the act of creating can be a collaborative process, more often, in the visual arts, particularly, it's a solitary process: something from inside the creator, going out to the viewer. While the act of creating a work of art is an inside/out process, so too is this particular exhibit: works coming from "inside" the Kemper Museum, out to you.

Above: Christopher Bell, PlayDoh Boutonniere, 2009; PlayDoh, 5 x 2 1/2 x 1 inches; Courtesy of the artist.