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September 20, 2020 Back To News

Marie Watt in Whitney Museum Show, Extended


Marie Watt is included in the group show ‘Making Knowing: Craft In Art, 1950-2019’ at the Whitney Museum of American Art. This exhibition presents how artists have explored materials and methods of craft over the past several decades. Watt’s piece ‘Skywalker/Skyscraper (Axis Mundi)’ which is part of the museum’s permanent collection is exhibited alongside many other prominent contemporary artists.

The exhibition has been extended until February 2022.
More information is available on The Whitney Museum website here: https://whitney.org/exhibitions/making-knowing

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