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Friday, September 01, 2006

Racine Art Museum

The teapot has been an iconic form for artists working in clay. Because of its historical connotations, many of today’s artists have felt the need to address this form at some point in their careers even though it has not been the primary mode for their personal expression. They are particularly intrigued by its four primary elements: the lid, the body, the spout, and the handle.
As part of its effort to reacquaint visitors with treasures from its storerooms, Racine Art Museum features some of the most exciting, innovative examples of this form from its collection...including work from the collections of Donna Moog, Dale and Doug Anderson, Karen Johnson Boyd, and David and Jacqueline Charak.
Wustum Museum, 2519 Northwestern Ave, Racine, WISCONSIN 53404 USA
June 20th 2006 to November 25th 2006


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