Exhibit looks at intersection of art, sport

The Minneapolis Institute of Arts has opened a new exhibit called simply the “Sports Show.” The exhibit looks at the most influential artworks about sports on art over the last century. It also includes a special companion exhibit focused solely on art related to local Minnesota sports teams.
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The Minneapolis Institute of Arts has opened a new exhibit called simply the “Sports Show.” The exhibit looks at the most influential artworks about sports on art over the last century. It also includes a special companion exhibit focused solely on art related to local Minnesota sports teams.

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