KANSAS CITY — The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City is hosting a specially commissioned exhibit by British artist Clare Twomey.
The exhibit, titled "Forever," focuses on ceramics and features more than 1,300 vessels. The Nelson says in a release that the exhibit opens Saturday and runs through Jan. 2.
Curator Catherine Futter will also discuss the exhibition on Nov. 26 as part of an ongoing lecture series at the museum.
Twomey's previous exhibits include a 2007 installation called "Trophy," which involved putting 4,000 Wedgwood bluebirds at the Victoria & Albert Museum in London.