Sense of Place II: Selections from the Permanent Collection of the Ogden Museum
As the Ogden Museum of Southern Art continues to celebrate its 10th anniversary, A Sense of Place II once again brings together some of the most important and significant acquisitions from the permanent collection to celebrate and expand upon the original vision for the Museum. Ranging from works included in the initial donation from the Roger Houston Ogden Collection to more recent acquisitions, this exhibition showcases one of the most important collections in America. It is a visual affirmation of why the Ogden Museum of Southern Art is the nation’s museum dedicated to the American South. Artists on view will include: Dusti Bongé, Clyde Connell, Jeffrey Cook, George Dureau, Caroline Durieux, Sam Gilliam, Elemore Morgan Jr., Jack Niven and many more.
Image: Scandal at the Forge of Vulcan Café (1997) by George Dureau
Please Note: Gifts received by April 21 will be recognized in opening reception wall text.