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In the aftermath of Ike

So, our big exhibition of the fall opens in just two days and our staff (especially the curators, registrars and preps) are working round the clock to make sure all is good to go. We lost three days of installation last week when Ike kindly decided to give us a shortened work week. I’ve been able to sneak a peek in Objects of Wonder from The Ohio State University and it is AMAZING. What started as an exhibition of about 400 objects (already huge) has grown to more than 600 (closer to 700 last I heard). My favorite thing thus far is the Wunderkammer room, you really have to see it to understand. Be sure to visit the web page to learn more about the exhibition.

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One Response to In the aftermath of Ike

  1. Karli Wurzelbacher says:

    I’ve heard so many good things about all of the Fall exhibitions – Objects of Wonder, the Zimmermann installation, and Murray Jones. I can’t wait to see them when I’m in town over Thanksgiving. I’ve seen the George Tooker show (just reviewed in the Times) in New York, but I can’t wait to see it in Columbus this May, because I know it will be so beautifully installed.

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