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May 04, 2022
Our winter exhibition is winding down, with just a few days left this week to visit the galleries before we start preparing for the arrival of Portal For(e) the Ephemeral Passage. To Begin, Again: A Prehistory of the Wex, 1968–89 is on view through Sunday.
Whether you got a chance to walk through it, you plan to visit before the week's out, or you're already kicking yourself for not making time before it closes, you can enjoy an opportunity to learn more about select works in the show with Associate Curator of Exhibitions Daniel Marcus. For the Show Stop video series, he speaks to five of the pieces he chose to present in the galleries for this exhibition, including art by Betty Collings, Michael J. Keyes, and Frank Stella. Follow the links below to watch.
Show Stop 1: Prints by Michael J. Keyes
Show Stop 2: Dance by Betty Collings
Show Stop 3: Puerto Rican Blue Pigeon by Frank Stella
Show Stop 4: Songhai by Robert J. Stull
Show Stop 5: Bums Bomb by Ilona Granet
Top of page: Installation view of To Begin, Again: A Prehistory of the Wex, 1968–89 at the Wexner Center for the Arts