Ruth Weisberg: Of Memory, Time & Place brings together over 25 works that span six decades of the artist’s practice as a painter and printmaker. It features iconic pieces from Weisberg’s artistic career — Waterborne (1973), A Year Passes (1985), and Questioning Veronese (2011) — where she explored the interconnectedness and continuity of successive generations. Born and raised in Chicago, Weisberg moved to Ann Arbor to pursue higher studies; she completed her B.Ed (1964) after spending three years in Perugia, Italy, earning a Laurea di Belle Arti in 1962 and MFA(1965). She has had more than 80 solo exhibitions and nearly 200 group exhibitions internationally and is the recipient of many prestigious awards. The exhibition is free and open to the public.
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