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Rona Pondick on view


Rona Pondick’s work is currently on view in shows from the permanent collections at three distinguished museums this season: The Nasher Sculpture Center, The Philadelphia Museum of Art, and The Portland Museum of Art.

Head in Tree, AP, 2006-08, Stainless steel at the Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas, Texas, through December 30, 2019

Untitled Animal, 1/3, (1999-2001), Carbon steel at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Present Tense, Recent Gifts of Contemporary Art, on view through January of 2020

Prairie Dog, 1/3, 2011-13, Stainless steel at the Portland Museum of Art, Portland, Maine, Fall 2019

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