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Tuesday, December 24, 2013

See the Rothko show for free

Posted By on Tue, Dec 24, 2013 at 8:15 AM


click to enlarge Rothko, "Untitled," in the "Decisive Decade" exhibition.
  • Rothko, "Untitled," in the "Decisive Decade" exhibition.


The Arkansas Arts Center, in the spirit of the holidays, is making entrance to its Rothko exhibit, “Mark Rothko in the 1940s: The Decisive Decade,” free Dec. 26-31. It's a great exhibit; here's my earlier review on Eye Candy, which I'm sure will launch you from your post-Christmas doldrums into the Arts Center stratosphere. By taking the Arts Center up on the offer, you'll save $8, which means you can have lunch at Best Impressions restaurant. 

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