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Legion Arts, 1103 Third Street SE Cedar Rapids, IA (USA), May 3 â€“ June 16 2013
Legion Arts presents an exhibit in which a dozen contemporary artists from around the world explore issues related to water: droughts and floods, climate events and climate change, as well as the economics, distribution, uses and scarcity of this incomparable commodity.Â Trouble the WaterÂ is curated by Diane Barber, Houston, Texas.
Featured artistsÂ include Janet Biggs (New York), Erika Blumenfeld (Qatar), Maarten Demmink (Netherlands), Chris Turner with Helen Friel & Jess Deacon (UK), Sant Khalsa (California), Mark Klett (Arizona) & Byron Wolfe (California), Nathalie Miebach (Massachusetts), Carlos Montani (Argentina), Yuka Nakajima (Japan), Lori Nix (New York), Susannah Sayler & Edward Morris (New York), Dustin Yager (Minnesota).
Public reception from 5 to 7 pm on Friday May 3.Â Read more here
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