From Alice Thorson’s article for KC Studio, featuring the work of Lori Nix:

The Nerman Museum shop, a casualty of budget cuts in 2014, is reborn this spring as an exhibition space, thanks to a $700,000 gift from Mary Davidson and the Barton P. and Mary D. Cohen Charitable Trust that she established with her late husband, Barton P. Cohen.

The new Kansas Focus Gallery will feature acquisitions and exhibitions of works by artists with a connection to Kansas. The added space has spurred an acquisitions spree by Bruce Hartman, the Nerman Museum’s executive director, and Davidson, who are buying both contemporary and historical works.

View the original article, featuring “Library” by Lori Nix

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