Kim Rugg featured at The Blanton Museum in “Incomplete Sentences,” alongside works by Glenn Ligon, Gene Beery, Ed Ruscha, May Stevens, and Gregory Blackstock

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Kim Rugg, The View from Oklahoma (Kim’s Valley North of Amarillo), 2014, Ink on paper / Collection of The Blanton Museum, University of Texas

I am delighted to announce that the work pictured above has been included in the current exhibition at The Blanton Museum, University of Texas.

The work, The View from Oklahoma (Kim’s Valley North of Amarillo), is on view on the second floor in a gallery devoted to contemporary art called “Incomplete Sentences,” alongside works by Glenn Ligon, Gene Beery, Ed Ruscha, May Stevens, and Gregory Blackstock.

Rugg received her MFA in Sculpture from the Royal College of Art (London). Her work can be seen in the permanent collections of the National Gallery of Art (D.C.) and the Frederick R. Weisman Foundation (CA), the Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego (CA), Honolulu Museum of Art, the Norton Museum (FL), and the Museum of Fine Arts Houston (TX) among others. She has been included in exhibitions at the San Jose Institute of Contemporary Art (CA), Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts (NY), Galerie Schmidt Maczollek (Cologne), and Nettie Horn Gallery (Manchester), P.P.O.W. Gallery (NYC), and was the recipient of the Thames and Hudson Prize from the Royal College of Art Society in 2004. She lives and works in London (UK).

For more information on Kim Rugg, go to the MMFA artist page at: http://www.markmoorefineart.com/artists/kim-rugg

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