An exhibit of art displayed by presidents in the White House will begin in Little Rock a day after the Clinton Presidential Library officially opens in November. The collection will be on display at the Arkansas Arts Center from November 19th through January 25th. The exhibit will be the first of its kind. The pieces, including works by Georgia O`Keefe, George Singer Sergeant and others are not part of the official White House collection. They are pieces that presidents chose to put on view while they were in office. The exhibit will cover eight administrations -- starting with John Kennedy and moving forward to Bill Clinton. The Clinton Library announced the exhibit today, though some contracts for loans of the pieces are still being finalized. Among the museums loaning items are the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York and the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston.