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From July 24 to August 9, the Smart Museum of Art will present a reconfigured presentation of The Allure of Matter, including a handful of works originally shown at Wrightwood 659. During this limited engagement, we will welcome a small number of reservations for parties of 1–6 people to visit the exhibition at a time. Learn more and make a reservation »

Throughout summer 2020, this site will continue to offer digital content that builds upon the entire exhibition—new virtual tours of Wrightwood 659 and the Smart Museum, object chats, at-home activities, online programs, and behind-the-scenes videos and photos.

Be sure to check back often for updates!

 

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Material Art: Characteristics and Aesthetics

In China, the publication The Thinker (Xinrui) recently published a translation of co-curator Wu Hung’s introductory essay to The Allure of Matter.

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Score for an unfinished dance

A unrealized, proposed tour of Wrightwood 659 and The Allure of Matter with dancers and guides, designed by Irene Hsiao as an intimate experience of the works and the spaces that invites participation and active sensing.

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