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Giving Voice to Image 2

gallery hours, Feb 01, 2014 | free
 
The Roman poet Horace wrote "A picture is a poem without words". Two thousand years later, this remarkable show brings artists and poets together to explore how each art can intensify the other. Through March 4.


Where: ViVO Contemporary
Phone: 982-1320
Address:
725 Canyon Road
Santa Fe, New Mexico
87501
Website: http://vivocontemporary.com/

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Also At ViVO Contemporary

In the Mood

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These artists have drawn upon the vast well of creative juice offered by music. From moody zen to sassy saxophone, from calligraphy to sculpture, they have created works of art that bridge the gap between sound and sight.
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Web | Map

In the Mood

Tuesday, Sep 02, 2014
These artists have drawn upon the vast well of creative juice offered by music. From moody zen to sassy saxophone, from calligraphy to sculpture, they have created works of art that bridge the gap between sound and sight.
gallery hours | free

ViVO Contemporary

725 Canyon Road
Santa Fe
Web | Map
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