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While The Phillips Museum of Art has a comprehensive permanent collection, majority of the art displayed at the Museum are special attractions. Special attractions are spread across all of the galleries, specifically within The Curriculum Gallery. The Curriculum Gallery displays a combination of scholarly and artistic work that originate from students and faculty. Other than The Curriculum Gallery, the Museum regularly hosts an array of special attractions from all over the world. In order to obtain an updated list of special attractions, head over to the Museum’s official website.
Kristin Rehder: Where Hope Finds Home is a showcase of some of Kristin Rehder’s most popular work. Rehder is known for her portraits, which capture natural light and reality. Within this exhibit, Rehder focuses on the life of over 60 refugees who come from over 15 countries
Luigi Rist: The Three Arts of Woodblock Printing is a special exhibit that originates from The Phillips Museum of Art. Within this exhibit, an array of woodblock prints showcase Luigi Rist’s intuitive notion for capturing nature in an ancient Japanese form.
Magnolia Laurie: your land / my land showcases Magnolia Laurie’s optimism, even when conquering a combination of contrasting emotions and psychological turmoil. Referring to the popularized Woody Guthrie song, hence the name of this exhibit, Laurie showcases the complex relationship between ruin, ownership, and land. Laurie is an Assistant Professor of Art & Art History at Franklin & Marshall College.
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