This former International Harvester warehouse now houses a surprisingly good regional art collection. When we visited there were two exhibits that really got us excited. One consisted of selections from the permanent collection which nicely mixes pieces with well known artists (Warhol, Scholder, Frankenthaler) and local artists (Pullen, Star Wallowing Bull). It was fun to see some our favorites as well as pieces we did not know. The juxtapositions were imaginative. The other exhibit was an engaging traveling show, Living as Form, where artists blur the boundaries of art and daily life. It was very provocative.
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