Willem Weismann and Filippo Cegani will be part of a group exhibition at the Bellevue Arts Museum in Seattle.
“While Supplies Last” is a recurring showcase of selected artworks by more than 400 emerging and established international artists.
The exhibition is a community driven project curated by Anthony White, part of Bellwether 2019, Bellevue's fall arts festival.
Founded in 1975, Bellevue Arts Museum has grown alongside the city of Bellevue to become the Pacific Northwest's center to experience art and design. With a long history of community engagement, BAM today is home to provocative exhibitions and programs highlighting some of the region's most influential artists as well as international collections. After undergoing a series of transformations, BAM opened the doors to its first permanent home, designed by renowned architect and Washingtonian Steven Holl, in 2001.
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