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Lisa Sanditz at the Kemper

Lisa Sanditz, Subtropolis, 2006 acrylic on canvas; 57 x 77 in. Collection of Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, Museum Purchase made possible by a gift from the Kemper Foundations
Lisa Sanditz, Subtropolis, 2006 acrylic on canvas; 57 x 77 in. Collection of Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, Museum Purchase made possible by a gift from the Kemper Foundations

The Midwest - the area of the country stretching between the East and the West coasts - has long been considered a "flyover zone." An exhibition of vivid landscapes at the Kemper Museum of Art takes a look at this "underappreciated and unexplored" territory. By Laura Spencer

Kansas City, MO – The Midwest - the area of the country stretching between the East and the West coasts - has long been considered a "flyover zone." An exhibition of Lisa Sanditz's vivid landscapes at the Kemper Museum of Art takes a look at this "underappreciated and unexplored" territory, as KCUR's Laura Spencer reports.

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