Size doesn’t matter

. May 22, 2012.

For decades American sculptor Mark di Suvero has wowed by-passers traveling through museum grounds, landscapes and urban environments with his works made from industrial steel and salvaged materials. Now it’s time to celebrate his smaller works. The exhibition Tabletops, on display at the University of Michigan Museum of Art from October 8 through February 26, displays approximately 15 pieces of di Suvero’s more intimate, expressive work. This guy’s for real — President Obama awarded him the National Medal of the Arts last spring. UMMA, 525 S. State St. 734-764-0395. www.umma.umich.edu

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