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Unique LEGO Exhibition On Display At Mansfield Art Center

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  Original Published: 9/22/2013

A unique exhibition is underway at the Mansfield Art Center at 700 Marion Ave.

The Art of the Brick by New York-based artist Nathan Sawaya has toured the globe and will be on display in Mansfield until November 16th.

The centerpiece of the collection of sculptures is entitled Yellow, a LEGO torso of a man ripping open his chest while yellow plastic bricks cascade out of his open chest cavity.

CNN hailed The Art of the Brick as one of the top 12 must-see exhibitions in the world.

Cost to view the exhibition is $10 for ages 16 and over and $5 under age 16. The Mansfield Art Center is open from 11 a.m. until 5 p.m., Tuesday through Sunday.

   
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