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Wed March 3, 2010
Muralist Brings Work Indoors for Exhibition
Mural artist Alexander Austin has made his mark on the outside of buildings across Kansas City. There's a tribute to performer Michael Jackson at 18th and Troost; larger than life musicians and baseball players in Kansas City's history in the Power & Light district; and a memorial to civil rights activist Martin Luther King, Jr. at Linwood and Troost.
By Laura Spencer
Kansas City, MO – KCUR's Laura Spencer caught up with the artist to talk about his work, and his first solo exhibition.
photos: Laura Spencer/KCUR
"Alexander Austin: Earnest to Epic, Off the Street"
continues through March 10, 2010
YWCA of Greater Kansas City
1017 North 6th Street
Kansas City, KS
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