Wake Forest students Emma Hunsinger (left) and Kelsey Zalimeni talk about a Keith Haring piece that was purchased on a previous art-buying trip for the University.
Jay Curley (left) and Joe Tauber talk about the piece behind them, Christian Marclay's "Memento (Hearing is Believing)." This piece was purchased on a previous Wake Forest art buying trip.
Wake Forest student Katie Winokur talks to a Journal reporter about the upcoming art-buying trip to New York.
Posted: Saturday, March 9, 2013 7:29 pm
Updated: 12:18 am, Sun Mar 10, 2013.
When Katie Winokur first came to Wake Forest University, she was struck by what she passed as she walked through the buildings on campus.
On one wall hung Pablo Picasso’s “L’Ecuyere.” On another hung a work by Keith Haring. Then there was Roy Lichtenstein’s “Hopeless,” Howard Finster’s “Heaven is Worth It All,” Jasper Johns’ “Flags” — along with dozens of other works by major artists.
Saturday, March 9, 2013 7:29 pm.
Updated: 12:18 am.