“Modern and Contemporary Art from the Permanent Collection,” an exhibition of 35 modern and contemporary works from the Kennesaw State University Art Museum’s permanent collection, will open Jan. 10 in the Don Russell Gallery in the Dr. Bobbie Bailey & Family Performance Center.
The exhibition is curated by KSU Associate Professor of Art History, Diana McClintock and includes paintings, sculptures and works on paper by Thomas Hart Benton, Viola Frey, Michael Goldberg, Everett Shinn, Joe Zucker, N.C. Wyeth and others.
Also a part of the installation, the large “Leaning Man III” sculpture by Frey has been relocated from the Student Center to the Clayton Gallery. This is the first time in a decade it has been moved.
The opening reception for “Modern and Contemporary Art from the Permanent Collection” is on Jan. 27 from 5-8pm in the Clayton Gallery. Gallery hours are Monday-Thursday, 12-4pm, and by appointment.
The exhibition is free and open to the public. For more information, call 770-499-3223.