It has posted up at Boston's Institute of Contemporary Art and New York City's Whitney Museum of American Art. Now, the spot-on-good exhibit "Charles LeDray: workworkworkworkwork" is having its swan song here in town.
The traveling exhibit for LeDray, the New York-based artist, acts a bit like a retrospective because the work in this show is a collection of the artist's sculptures and assemblages from the past quarter-century. The exhibition's appearance in Houston will be the final one on a tour that has stopped at several heavy-hitting American museums.
Here are some of the approximately 50 pieces that will be on display at The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, from May 15 through September 11:
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