Gallery Talk: /’Pāpər/

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Ogden Museum of Southern Art says
The Ogden Museum's Curator of the Collection, Bradley Sumrall, will conduct a gallery talk for the exhibition /’pāpər/: Selections from the Permanent Collection. Ranging from 19th century pastel to contemporary papier-mâché, /’pāpər/ showcases the diversity and depth of the Ogden Museum of Southern Art's collection of paper works. This exhibition also celebrates the diverse ways in which Southern artists have approached their medium, manipulating the material through cutting, painting, drawing, collage, printmaking, book arts and sculpting. Through this broad survey of processes and artists, the Ogden Museum of Southern Art offers the public a chance to explore the vast possibilities for expression contained within the seemingly simple medium of paper.

Artists represented include: Robert Rauschenberg, Benny Andrews, William Woodward, John McCrady, John T. Scott, George Dureau, Caroline Durieux, Michael Meads, Jules Pascin, Gregory Dunlap, Andrew Bucci, Enrique Alferez, Fritz Bultman, William Hollingsworth, Noel Rockmore, James Surls, Hudson Marquez, George Biddle and others.

This gallery talk is free with admission to the Ogden Museum of Southern Art and will take place in the museum's fourth floor galleries.

[Image: Seymour Fogel, "Working," 1934, charcoal on paper, Gift of the Roger H. Ogden Collection]
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By: Ogden Museum of Southern Art

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