Harry Ransom Center, Austin, TX (12-18-2018)

This small museum on the UT Austin campus holds an interesting collection of art. Some of it the sort of contemporary stuff that usually gets right over my head but they also have a complete Gutenberg Bible, one of only 48 surviving copies in the whole world!

I’m not sure what I thought of the Edward Ruscha exhibit other than it was certainly interesting and innovative. It’s a wonder to me sometimes what makes “art” and this is one of those instances.

A half hour here is enough. It’s a nice exhibit and it’s nice that it is free with a donation box to contribute as you feel appropriate.

[Review 10187 overall, 1773 of 2018.]

Link: Harry Ransom Center, Austin, TX (12-18-2018)

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