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Blue Water believes that, even in a sea of digital media, relationships still matter, which is why we work hard to stay in touch with editors, writers and reporters. As a result, our clients are regularly featured in major media outlets, along with those that reach a highly targeted audience unique to their work.

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News Releases

Newly conserved Soviet-era painting illuminates diplomatic history

In 2018, the Chazen added a new work, Reconnaissance Attack by Latvian artist Arkadaii Soloviev, to the Davies Collection. The first addition to the Davies Collection since the collection’s establishment, the painting depicts Soviet troops with guns drawn moving through a snow-covered landscape. Reconnaissance Attack was given to Davies by Joseph Stalin’s Foreign Minister, Vyacheslav Molotov, in 1943.

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Clients in the News

Wall Street Journal: Midnight in Paris at the Dalí Museum

Lance Eslund reviews Midnight in Paris: Surrealism at the Crossroads: 1929, which opened at The Dalí Museum in February 2020.  An exhibition that is “More than melting watches,” Midnight in Paris “reveals the breadth of the movement before it exploded onto the global scene.”

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Clients in the News

The Chazen Museum of Art’s director blogs for AAM

A few years into her tenure as director of the Chazen Museum of Art, Dr. Amy Gilman has witnessed the power of listening, research and experimentation, and partnerships. She shares her thoughts in this post: “What it means to be a university museum in the 21st century.”

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News Releases

Midnight in Paris opens Nov. 23 at The Dalí Museum

Through a host of 20th-century works from the renowned Centre Pompidou in Paris, Midnight in Paris brings to life the personal relationships and the intellectual passions that threatened to tear apart the newly formed artistic movement called Surrealism.

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Dramatic Photos Make U.S. Debut at the Chazen

Belgian-Beninese photographer Fabrice Monteiro’s The Prophecy is a multiyear project created to raise awareness about the environment and consequences of mass consumption. The series of 13 large-scale photographs, set mostly in Africa, will be on view at the Chazen Museum of Art from Oct. 5, 2019-Jan. 5, 2020.

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Scuttlebutt

Scuttlebutt: Amber’s at AMM!

Our own Amber Hendrickson has been in Grand Rapids the last few days at the Association of Midwest Museums conference. She teamed up with our friends at Grand Rapids Art Museum for a poster presentation and enjoyed the networking and learning opportunities.

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