TULSA - If you haven't been to the Philbrook museum in a while, you might want to stop by.
A new exhibit titled Remainder opened today.
The exhibit is the first in a series of exhibitions curated entirely by the Philbrook's staff of art curators.
The pieces on display as part of Remainder are of several different styles, but most pieces are primarily abstract.
"Remainder brings together the work of seven emerging female sculptors," curator Lauren Ross said. "It is all very new work, very fresh and contemporary. We have some new pieces that have never been on view before and all of these artists are exhibiting Tulsa for the first time."
Remainder features an audio tour, allowing visitors to use their smart phones to hear interviews with the artists as they tour the exhibit.
The exhibit runs until September 29.
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