Opening Day for "Conversation XIV: Water"

Water is timeless or is it? This installation of works from the Spencers permanent collection explores contemporary artists perspectives on the elixir of life: Hee0. Many of the works assembled for this installation take an eco-critical approach to the subject matter, exploring pollution and scarcity, whereas others address water less literally and more symbolically, as a cleansing or destructive force. From this selection of 20th- and 21st-century works, a subtle visual dialogue emerges between the Kaw River of Kansas and the Yangtze of China. This exhibition remains on view through July 28, 2013
March 23, 2013
All Day
Spencer Museum of Art
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