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    Everyday Things: Contemporary Works from the Collection

    Presented by at RISD Museum of Art

    April 13, 2012 - February 24, 2013


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    Everyday Things:  Contemporary Works from the Collection

    Everyday Things brings together contemporary works from the collection that depict commonplace objects and imagery, utilize everyday elements in their construction (teabags, fluorescent lights, metal pipes, a bowling ball), or serve as functional artist-made objects, including benches, chairs, and light fixtures. With roots in Pop Art, Photorealism, and design, artists in the exhibition use non-traditional materials and subject matter to...

    Everyday Things brings together contemporary works from the collection that depict commonplace objects and imagery, utilize everyday elements in their construction (teabags, fluorescent lights, metal pipes, a bowling ball), or serve as functional artist-made objects, including benches, chairs, and light fixtures. With roots in Pop Art, Photorealism, and design, artists in the exhibition use non-traditional materials and subject matter to transform, repurpose, and represent aspects of everyday life.

    The exhibition features 32 works—including sculpture, painting, and prints—from realist paintings from the 1960s and 1970s (Don Eddy, Janet Fish, John Baeder, and Jack Beal), mixed-media works from the 1980s to 2000s (Tania Bruguera, Mike Kelley, Pepón Osorio, Carrie Mae Weems, and B. Wurtz), and recent acquisitions to the collection (Leidy Churchman, Jim Drain, Rob Pruitt, and Jessica Stockholder).


    RISD Museum of Art

    224 Benefit St
    Providence, RI 02903

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    Admission Info:

    Adults: $12
    Senior citizens (age 62+): $10
    Youths (ages 5-18): $3
    College students with valid ID: $5
    Staff, faculty, and students of RISD or member institutions (with valid ID) free



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    Parking (metered or timed) is available along Benefit Street and North Main Street, or at the Metropark lot at North Main and Steeple streets, diagonally across from the First Baptist Church in America. Tell the attendant that you are visiting the Museum in order to receive discount parking. Bring your Metropark slip to the Museum front desk for validation.



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