Manju Shandler's "Gesture" is one of a 2,996-piece set of the larger work which is part of a special 13-artist, 15th-anniversary exhibition at the 9/11 Memorial Museum.
AP Photo/ 9/11 Memorial Museum
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To mark the 15th anniversary of the terror attacks, the 9/11 memorial museum is staging a major special exhibition. It features artists who have transformed a day of terror – often with personal links – into works of grief and tenderness.Brutal reality still dominates the display, scheduled to open Sept. 12 . Thirteen artists contributed paintings and a sculpture, as well as works on paper and video.Other artists lost friends or witnessed the attacks.The footage is now condensed into a piece dedicated to a fellow artist who died a day later in the same tower.
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