Arts & Literature Event Details
Xu Bing: Phoenix

Monumental sculpture fabricated from Beijing construction debris.

Sat, Dec 22, 2012 - Thu, Oct 31, 2013

Mass MoCA
87 Marshall St.
North Adams, MA,
(413) 662-2111
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