Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art executive director Barbara O’Brien (left) and Mary Kemper Wolf, president of the Kemper board of trustees, look to the future as the museum celebrates its 20th anniversary.<137>, in the lobby of the museum. celebrating its 20th anniversary in 2014. In the foreground is Petah Coyne's artwork "Untitled #827". In the background hanging on the wall is Frank Stella's artwork, "The Prophet (D26 2X).<137>" />
Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art executive director Barbara O’Brien (left) and Mary Kemper Wolf, president of the Kemper board of trustees, look to the future as the museum celebrates its 20th anniversary.<137>, in the lobby of the museum. celebrating its 20th anniversary in 2014. In the foreground is Petah Coyne's artwork "Untitled #827". In the background hanging on the wall is Frank Stella's artwork, "The Prophet (D26 2X).<137> David Eulitt The Kansas City Star
Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art executive director Barbara O’Brien (left) and Mary Kemper Wolf, president of the Kemper board of trustees, look to the future as the museum celebrates its 20th anniversary.<137>, in the lobby of the museum. celebrating its 20th anniversary in 2014. In the foreground is Petah Coyne's artwork "Untitled #827". In the background hanging on the wall is Frank Stella's artwork, "The Prophet (D26 2X).<137> David Eulitt The Kansas City Star

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