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Overland Park, Kansas
May 7, 2001
The majority of the permanent collection is the Bebe and Crosby Kemper Collection which includes works by Robert Rauschenberg, William Wegmam, Georgia O'Keefe and Willem de Koonig. Those who have followed the art collector's world will recognize Mr. and Mrs. Kemper's collection as being under careful scrutiny over the past year. The Georgia O'Keefe which had been sold to them was discovered to be a fake.
Every few months the exhibits are rotated. You may see a photographer, a sculpter, a painter or any other artist displayed here. You'll find your concept of art challenged frequently.
Allow at least a half of an hour to an hour for a proper visit. The museum is free and like most galleries the museum is closed on Mondays. The Kemper has a small cafe which serves lunch throughout the week and dinner on weekends. There is also a small museum shop which sells
My personal experience with the Kemper has been enlightening. I first went here for a college class I was taking and have continued
From journal Going to Kansas City
September 5, 2000
From journal Kansas City for Kids