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July 1, 2013

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Chester Arnold: Accumulation and Dispersal

As evidence of an artistic ambition and moral commitment to the human experiment, these paintings celebrate living and art-making and accumulating in a most visible and accessible way while juxtaposing the complexity, ingenuity, and wastefulness of modern civilization.

Chester Arnold, Accumulation (detail), 1998. Oil on linen. 66 x 80 in.

Type: Exhibit

Host: American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center

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Chester Arnold: Accumulation and Dispersal

As evidence of an artistic ambition and moral commitment to the human experiment, these paintings celebrate living and art-making and accumulating in a most visible and accessible way while juxtaposing the complexity, ingenuity, and wastefulness of modern civilization.

Chester Arnold, Accumulation (detail), 1998. Oil on linen. 66 x 80 in.

Type: Exhibit

Host: American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center

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Chester Arnold: Accumulation and Dispersal

As evidence of an artistic ambition and moral commitment to the human experiment, these paintings celebrate living and art-making and accumulating in a most visible and accessible way while juxtaposing the complexity, ingenuity, and wastefulness of modern civilization.

Chester Arnold, Accumulation (detail), 1998. Oil on linen. 66 x 80 in.

Type: Exhibit

Host: American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center

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Chester Arnold: Accumulation and Dispersal

As evidence of an artistic ambition and moral commitment to the human experiment, these paintings celebrate living and art-making and accumulating in a most visible and accessible way while juxtaposing the complexity, ingenuity, and wastefulness of modern civilization.

Chester Arnold, Accumulation (detail), 1998. Oil on linen. 66 x 80 in.

Type: Exhibit

Host: American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center

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Chester Arnold: Accumulation and Dispersal

As evidence of an artistic ambition and moral commitment to the human experiment, these paintings celebrate living and art-making and accumulating in a most visible and accessible way while juxtaposing the complexity, ingenuity, and wastefulness of modern civilization.

Chester Arnold, Accumulation (detail), 1998. Oil on linen. 66 x 80 in.

Type: Exhibit

Host: American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center

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