- Opened in the fall of 1994, the Kemper Museum has become one of the most respected galleries in the region. The permanent collection donated by Bebe and Crosby Kemper features contemporary works. Temporary exhibits included a complete retrospective by fashion photographer, Herb Ritts. The museum also exhibited and ultimately acquired a moving AIDS tribute by Robert Juarez. The building itself is also worth a look. Constructed with a plethora of nooks and crannies and two elongated wings, the structure looks like a bird in flight from above. Admission is free.
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