The 'Dead or Alive' Exhibit at the Museum of Arts and Design

By: Shelby Lee Walsh - Published: May 5, 2010 • References: nytimes &
The ‘Dead or Alive’ exhibit at the Museum of Arts and Design houses a curious collection of art oddities. A handful of artists submitted their artwork to be viewed for this truly bizarre exhibit.

Some of the highlights featured in the ‘Dead or Alive’ exhibit include a piece titled ‘Sagittarius’ that shows the skeleton of a man and a horse fused together.  Another called ‘Landscape I’ depicts a man with greenery and livestock on the landscape of his face.

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