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William McGee: Works, 1954-77

Keith Bowers
10 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday-Thursday., Monday March 11 | Free.

In this rare opportunity to view works from McGee's most prolific period, gallery goers will see the abstract oil paintings, mixed media collages and large color field paintings. McGee has been represented in museums such as the MOMA, Chicago Art Institute and the Black Mountain Museum.



Where: DAAP Galleries
Phone: 513-556-2839
Address: DAAP Complex, UC campus
Website: www.daap.uc.edu/gallery

DAAP Galleries

DAAP Complex, UC campus
Clifton Heights, Ohio
45219
 
Student work from one of the nation’s best-regarded art programs.
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