It is a painstaking, labor-intensive job Tuesday at the Daum Museum of Contemporary Art for employees installing an earthenware sculpture with hundreds of pieces, each individually wrapped. From left are Jon Burkey, installation assistant, Matt Clouse, registrar and exhibitions coordinator, and Don Weaver, installation assistant. The sculpture by Albert Pfarr is one of about 30 art pieces by primarily Midwest artists from the Daum permanent collection that will open to the public 2-4 p.m. Saturday in conjunction with two new exhibitions: The Sum of its Attributes: The Dorothy and Herbert Vogel Collection and Archie Scott Gobber Repeats Himself: A Survey of Works, 1990-2012. The Vogel collection is noteworthy because the New York City couple amassed more that 4,000 pieces of art, all the while living in a one-bedroom apartment, and donated the collection to the National Gallery of Art in Washington D.C. At the request of the Vogels, a national gifts program, Fifty Works for Fifty States was created in 2008. The Daum Museum was selected to receive the art work for Missouri.