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Mind-bending floral works by surrealist master Salvador Dalí will form the foundation of a vibrant new exhibit and garden installation at the Marie Selby Botanical Gardens.
Paul R. Provost, Ph.D. has been selected as chief executive officer (CEO) of Art Bridges Foundation. Art Bridges is a pioneering new foundation dedicated to dramatically expanding access to American art across the country.
A Pakistani-American artist, Agha will create three awe-inspiring spaces from intricate patterns of light and shadow, evoking the sacred, while also raising questions of exclusion and belonging.
In his diverse practice, Sanford Biggers encourages meaningful dialogue around narratives in American history. ‘Sanford Biggers’ will display eight works from the artists’ BAM sculpture series, along with several “paintings” that the artist has created by altering antique quilts.
‘The Eternal Feast: Banqueting in Chinese Art from the 10th to the 14th Century’ on view exclusively at the Princeton University Art Museum
‘Helen Frankenthaler Prints: Seven Types of Ambiguity,’ on view this summer at the Princeton University Art Museum, explores abstraction in postwar American art.
Director Amy Gilman’s new exhibition looks into the permanent collection of the Chazen Museum of Art in search of the small details that illuminate artists’ personalities, processes and creative inspiration.
Thomas Jefferson, Architect: Palladian Models, Democratic Principles and the Conflict of Ideals will “focus on Thomas Jefferson, one of the nation’s “founding fathers,” who designed neoclassical buildings inspired by ideals of freedom and democracy that were constructed by slaves.”
TOLEDO, Ohio – The rise of the automobile as a popular visual symbol of American culture will be explored in Life Is a Highway: Art and American Car Culture, opening June 15.
COLUMBUS, Ohio – More than 50 works, many of which have not been exhibited for decades, comprise In a New Light: Alice Schille and the American Watercolor Movement, on view June 14 to Sept. 29, 2019, at the Columbus Museum of Art (CMA). The exhibition honors the Columbus native’s 150th birthday and her contribution to the American watercolor movement, offering new critical insights on this remarkable artist.