Join us for the opening celebration of “Transform Any Room.” The exhibition features subversive, politicized, and sometimes glamorized versions of the textiles and objects we bring into our homes that inevitably reveal much about who we are and how we live.
Be among the first to view the newest exhibition and soak in the ambience of unique textiles and spectacular artworks. Guests will enjoy music from DJ Richie Daggers. Complimentary hors d’oeuvres and refreshments will be available by Tangerine at the Art Center, and as a nod to the beaded cherry pie found in artist Liza Lou’s “Kitchen,” we’ll be serving up delectable hand pies by Pie Bird Pies. Come early before they’re gone!
This event is free; registration is not required.
Liza Lou (American, born 1969)
“Kitchen” (detail), 1991-1996
Beads, plaster, wood and found objects
Whitney Museum of American Art, New York; gift of Peter Norton, 2008.339.a-.x
Photo: Courtesy of Liza Lou
Support for this exhibition is provided by:
Ellsworth Kelly Foundation Teiger Foundation
The views and opinions expressed by this program do not necessarily reflect those of Humanities Iowa.