Liz Larner: Don’t put it back like it was
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Liz Larner: Don’t put it back like it was

Mary Ceruti, executive director, Walker Art Center. The New York presentation is organized by Kyle Dancewicz, interim director, SculptureCenter.

Accessibility: This exhibition features sculptures installed directly on the floor or suspended from the ceiling. Tactile tape is placed on the floor to alert visitors who use a cane to the presence of these artworks when they are present in a path of travel.

Sensory note: Gallery 1 contains a mechanical sculpture that can be operated by visitors from a safe distance. When activated, it produces loud and sudden noises that travel into other galleries and the lobby.

For more information about accessibility, or to request additional accommodations, call 612-375-7564 or email

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Masks are strongly encouraged inside the museum for all visitors ages 2 and older regardless of vaccination status. On Free First Saturdays and Sensory Friendly Sundays, we require visitors ages 2 and older to wear face masks inside the building to support the safety and comfort of families and attendees.

If you have questions or require additional assistance, please email or call 612-375-7600.

  • Liz Larner: Don’t put it back like it was is organized by the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis and SculptureCenter, New York. Support for the Walker’s presentation is provided by Carlo Bronzini Vender, Deborah and John Christakos, Sonia Regina De Alvares Otero Fernandes, Donna and Jim Pohlad, Danniel Rangel, and Susan and Rob White.