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Town & Country Culture Watch

Every month we highlight one great cultural event—and the watch to wear to be impeccably on time.
…Sendak had long been a prolific artist. In the first retrospective since his death in 2012, more than 150 works are at the Columbus Museum in Ohio.

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Artnet: DALL-E is the Breakout Star of a New Show About Dreams at Florida’s Dalí Museum

Visitors can watch images from their dreams stripped of their individual significance and fused together into a single AI hivemind fantasy. “The Shape of Dreams” is a fresh exploration of a topic that has long fascinated artists, especially Dalí and his fellow Surrealists. The paintings on show trace how dreams have inspired painters for some 500 years, from Italian Baroque artists like Lodovico Carracci and Luca Giordano to 20th century figures such as Max Beckmann, Paul Delvaux, and Frida Kahlo.

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The New York Times: Guide to Exhibitions around the Country

Matt Wedel, a ceramist based in Albany, Ohio, builds sculptures that often resemble organic forms; some are recognizable, like “Lemon Tree,” whereas others are more abstract, like the brightly colored “Fruit Landscape.” These works will be among the nearly 150 on view. Nov. 5 to April 2; Toledo Museum of Art

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Forbes: A Site of Struggle

As a site of struggle itself, Montgomery, AL makes a perfect host for “A Site of Struggle: American Art against Anti-Black Violence,” an exhibition examining how art has been used to protest, process, mourn and memorialize racially motivated attacks against African Americans.

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Artdaily: The Chazen Museum of Art awarded $250,000 Mellon Foundation grant

“The Chazen Museum of Art continues to put considerable thought into how it tells stories about the objects in its collection,” said Director Amy Gilman. “With re:mancipation, the Chazen has invited artist Sanford Biggers and MASK Consortium to take a deep dive into this single object—Thomas Ball’s Emancipation Group—while also considering how the museum can interpret multiple works of art in the collection.”

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Artnet News: Looking to Get an Artwork Into the Met?

This spring, Matthew McLendon, the director of the Fralin Museum of Art at the University of Virginia, taught a class on a largely shadowy subject: museum collecting. Along with sections on repatriation and deaccessioning, McLendon took his students through the complicated process of acquiring artworks.

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