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Martin Tucker: Remembered

Zohair Hussain
10 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday-Thursday. , Monday October 07 | Free.
Martin Tucker:Remembered - Martin Tucker:Remembered

The Reed Gallery invites you to an exhibition in remembrance and celebration of the late Martin Tucker, a retired professor of Art within The University of Cincinnati's DAAP program. Located on the 5th floor of the DAAP complex, the gallery will showcase Tucker's personal, inspired visions, with selected paintings that exemplify what his work focused most closely on: the beauty of the mundane.  

Through Oct. 13.



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
 
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