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5100 Poplar Avenue Suite 2700 Memphis TN 38137 USA
Through an ongoing program of exhibitions, scholarship, publications, lectures, symposia, performances, screenings, and other events, the mission of alamos is to educate the public about the visual arts by featuring the work of william eggleston and other modern and contemporary visual artists.
Conception, planning, negotiation, and site acquisition of museum and related facilities to be built in memphis, tn to display the life's work of american photographer william eggleston and the works of other artists, including research and planning for operational and programmatic elements thereof.
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