‘Animals and Heads of State’
“I want to show people here that garbage has value when an artist changes it,” says U.S. artist Kenneth Milestone, whose “Animals and Heads of State” exhibit is on display through Feb. 28 at the National Gallery. The exhibit features six large animal sculptures, including the frog pictured here, made out of plastic bags, bottle labels and other waste products. The National Gallery, inside the Children’s Museum in downtown San José, is open Monday to Friday, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m., and weekends from 9:30 a.m.-5 p.m.
You may be interested
Diego Fournier: Art just doesn’t have to be pretty, it has to say somethingIva Alvarado - November 18, 2018
I was drinking coffee in the Steinvorth building in downtown San José a few hours before I met the 29-year-old…
Q&A: Donald Trump and “Building the Wall” with Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Robert SchenkkanYamlek Mojica Loáisiga - November 17, 2018
Robert Schenkkan, 65, is a brilliant man. He’s been acting and writing for more than 40 years and penned the…