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✨ Experience an illuminating light installation at Cheekwood this summer

The interplay between Bruce Munro’s three-dimensional creations and the surrounding environment (at dusk and after dark) heightens the sense of time’s passage.

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Slideshow of installations from the upcoming LIGHT exhibit at Cheekwood in Nashville TN.

LIGHT: Bruce Munro is a campus-wide, immersive experience at Cheekwood celebrating the 10th anniversary of an exhibition by the same name held in 2013.

Photos by Serena Munro and Mark Pickthall via Cheekwood Estate & Gardens

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