Stan Herd, Of Us and Art: The 100 Videos Project, Episode 30
In a continued effort to bring art outside the museum’s walls and into the community in new and surprising ways, the Minneapolis Institute of Art has commissioned renowned crop artist Stan Herd to create a planted version of the van Gogh’s beloved "Olive Trees" painting.
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