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No Rules: Contemporary Clay
No Rules: Contemporary Clay the second in a series of three exhibitions at Elmhurst Art Museum exploring ceramic tradition and new creative developments. No Rules focuses on clay-based work of a nonfunctional nature and includes an international group of artists. Taking a variety of forms—from large and small-scale sculpture to community-based walks to performance, video, and photography—the work in this exhibition underscores artists’ enduring relationship with clay and its adaptability to contemporary concerns.
More About Elmhurst Art Museum
Located on Prospect, next to the library, Elmhurst Art Museum is the community's very own renowned visual arts center. The award-winning, architecturally significant building was built around a Mies van der Rohe-designed house from the 1950s, and today, the museum prides itself on being a cultural hub of Dupage County. It specializes in late 20th century American art, with an emphasis on local contemporary artists.