Robert Montgomery: THE STARS PULLED DOWN FOR REAL
THE STARS PULLED DOWN FOR REAL by Robert Montgomery, a billboard of LED lights, will illuminate Oklahoma Contemporary’s North Lawn. The large-scale work about the built environment of contemporary cities adapts Ezra Pound’s essay Patria Mia, a 1913 tribute to the dazzling lights of New York. Open to all ages and at no cost.
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11 NW 11th St, Oklahoma City, OK 73103
Approaching either direction from Broadway Avenue in Oklahoma City, you’ll take NW 12th Street into the campus. From there, you’ll find parking lots for the main building and the Studios, or you can drop visitors or students at the main entrance under the porte-cochere.