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The five free-standing sculptures look like looms—bed frames wrapped in strips of fabric—but can just as easily be seen as windows.

With 'Perimeters,' Rebecca Pugh weaves a story of the Mojave’s fragile beauty

October 7th, 2015

The five free-standing sculptures look like looms—bed frames wrapped in strips of fabric—but can just as easily be seen as windows.

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  • The exhibition features first-rate paintings, sculptures, photographs and videos by 32 artists connected to Las Vegas.

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