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While he was a teacher in the 1920s, Grant Wood created a mural…

While he was a teacher in the 1920s, Grant Wood created a mural with his students called Imagination Isles. Based on the artist’s original design and paint colors, Whitney teens re-created this mural for our new Wood retrospective. The teens, along with curators Barbara Haskell and Sarah Humphreville, examine this project and the power of imagination in the artist’s work. Explore more of the exhibition on whitney.org.

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2018-03-07T10:28:39+00:00March 6th, 2018|Categories: Inspiration, News|Tags: |
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