As the one-year group exhibition “L.A. Stories” comes to a close at the Leo Castelli Gallery on May 31, 2021, Brenau University acquired five of its works for the institution’s permanent collection, including Stephen Wozniak’s sculptural wall work, “Hear Me In.” Created in 2017, “Hear Me In” alludes to both aural perception and an inversion of the idiom “hear me out” about idea consideration and listener reluctance. It is part of a wall work series about perceptual acuity, sound and vision created by the artist in 2016-18. The piece will be displayed in the university campus.
The Brenau University Permanent Art Collection includes the works of such renowned international artists as Andy Warhol, Louise Bourgeois, Jasper Johns, Roy Lichtenstein, Hannah Wilke, Ed Ruscha, Louise Nevelson, Frank Stella, Sue Coe, Robert Rauschenberg, Helen Frankenthaler, Richard Serra, Ellsworth Kelly, and many more.
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