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This event last occurred May 18, 2016
Celebrate International Museum Day with a free exhibition tour at the ASU Art Museum!
Join ASU Art Museum the third Wednesday of each month at 1:30 p.m. for a behind-the-scenes exhibition tour with one of our curators. Get the inside scoop on the making of the exhibition and hear the stories behind the art.
In May, curator of education Andrea Feller will lead a tour of "Participant: Photographs by Spencer Tunick from the Stéphane Janssen Collection" (on view now through May 28, 2016).
Tours are 30 minutes long and meet in the ASU Art Museum lobby. Photos encouraged! Connect with us on social media at @ASUArtMuseum with#ThirdWednesday.
"Participant: Photographs by Spencer Tunick from the Stéphane Janssen Collection"
Jan. 14–May 28
Since the early 1990s, Spencer Tunick has traveled the globe creating staged images of multiple nude figures in urban and rural public settings. And since 2000, collector Stephane Janssen has been a participant in photographs that range from a handful of figures in an art museum to thousands of volunteers in the Dead Sea. “Participant” includes more than 20 works from the Janssen collection which are a blend of photography, installation and performance.
Image credit: Detail: Spencer Tunick, "Flanders 2 (Gaasbeek Castle, Belgium)," 2011. Chromogenic print, 48 x 60 in. Image courtesy of the artist.