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Hermitage Museum Exhibit Features Sculpture and Video Projects by ODU Professor Peter Eudenbach

An upcoming exhibit at the Hermitage Museum & Gardens will feature sculpture and video projects by Peter Eudenbach, Old Dominion University associate professor of art.

The exhibit, "All Is Always Now," runs July 12 through Sept. 17 in the Hermitage Changing Galleries located at 7637 North Shore Road in Norfolk. In addition to sculpture and video projects on display in the Changing Galleries, visitors will also discover found objects selected and displayed by the artist throughout the Hermitage's permanent collection.

An opening reception, where visitors can meet Eudenbach, will be held Thursday, July 11, from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the museum. It is free and open to the public. An artist's talk with Eudenbach is scheduled for Thursday, July 25, at 6:30 p.m.

Eudenbach specializes in contemporary art, especially sculpture and experimental film. His work has been featured nationally and internationally in solo and group exhibitions. He is a graduate of The Ohio State University, the Massachusetts College of Art, Harvard University's Graduate School of Design and Providence College.

According to a Hermitage Museum & Gardens exhibit description: "By exploring the relationship between the Hermitage and the modern world, this show will highlight the connection between industry, commerce and the Sloane's collection of art from around the world. Peter's works will not only be displayed in the changing galleries, but visitors will be able to find elements of this exhibition in surprising spots throughout the museum. The presentation of contemporary works in the setting of the Hermitage will create a unique dialogue between Peter's works and pieces in the collection, between East and West, past and present."

For more information on the "All Is Always Now" exhibition, visit the Hermitage Museum & Gardens website.

To learn more about the artist visit Peter Eudenbach's website.