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Saturday, February 25 - Wednesday, June 13, 2012

Larry Bell Installation

Gallery: Joyce and Sherman Scott Gallery
Larry Bell, Untitled, 1975, gray tinted glass cacuum coated with inconel, three panels 83-5/8" x 71-11/16" x 84 x 71-13/16" x 83-3/4" x 71-15/16",  photo credit Gus FosterA visitor interacting with Larry Bell's 1975 untitled pieceMuseum Visitors interacting with Larry Bell Installation
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The Harwood Museum of Art is proud to host the installation of a large-scale interactive glass piece by Larry Bell in its Joyce and Sherman Scott Gallery.  The untiled piece, created in 1975, consists of three large panels made of gray tinted glass cacuum coated with inconel. 

The year 2012 marks the 50th anniversary of the development of studio glass in the United States. To celebrate this milestone and recognize talented artists, more than 140 glass demonstrations, lectures and exhibitions will take place in museums, galleries, art centers, universities and other venues across the country throughout 2012. The efforts of the Art Alliance for Contemporary Glass (AACG) to build awareness for glass art in local communities in America have resulted in glass exhibitions, reviews and publications benefiting the American glass artist and the institutions that promote them.