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Arnold Saper: Face to Face exhibition

Arnold Saper’s first American museum exhibit spans 5 decades, from his early days teaching at the U of M to current works 17 years after retirement. Obsessively drawing portraits, he seeks to reveal what it means to be human. This sometimes requires exploring the edges where humanity frays, or even its total absence. Instead of depicting politics in such works as the murderers, the 9/11 Twin Towers attack, and even self-portraits, he focuses on personal anguish and devastation.

Where:
North Dakota Museum of Art
261 Centennial Drive Stop 7305 Grand Forks, North Dakota 58202 USA
When:
From Saturday, February 8, 2014 to Monday, March 31, 2014 at 4:00 PM
What:
Theatre & Arts > Museums
Tickets: (PRICES ARE CDN)
Free and open to the public
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More Information:
701.777.4195 | ndmoa@ndmoa.com
http://www.ndmoa.com/exhibitions-upcoming#ASF2F
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