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The Whitney Museum of American Art Presents Exhibiton Exploring Its Founding...

New York, NY - At the turn of the twentieth century, Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney, an heiress and sculptor born to one of America’s wealthiest families, began to assemble a rich and highly diverse collection of modern American art. This group of obj...

Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art at Cornell University Opens Two...

ITHACA, NY.- The Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art at Cornell University presents two new exhibitions beginning Saturday, April 2. Social satirist, bullfighting enthusiast, chronicler of Napoleon's atrocities, precursor of modernism—Francisco Goya ...

Smithsonian American Art Museum Announces Artists Selected for Exhibition "40 Under...

WASHINGTON, DC.- The Smithsonian American Art Museum has selected the 40 artists who will be featured in its upcoming exhibition “40 under 40: Craft Futures” that will be on view at its Renwick Gallery from July 20, 2012, through Feb. 3, 2013...

The Whitney Presents a Mid-Career Retrospective of Groundbreaking New York Artist

NEW YORK. N.Y.- This spring, the Whitney Museum of American Art presents the first comprehensive mid-career retrospective of Glenn Ligon (b. 1960), widely regarded as one of the most important and influential American artists to have emerged in the pas...

The Whitney Presents a Mid-Career Retrospective of Groundbreaking New York Artist

NEW YORK. N.Y.- This spring, the Whitney Museum of American Art presents the first comprehensive mid-career retrospective of Glenn Ligon (b. 1960), widely regarded as one of the most important and influential American artists to have emerged in the pas...

First U.S. Survey of Blinky Palermo’s Work Travels to the Hirshhorn...

WASHINGTON, D.C.- The Hirshhorn is the premiere East Coast venue for the first U.S. retrospective of work by noted postwar abstract painter Blinky Palermo (German, b. Leipzig, 1943; d. Maldives, 1977). Although the artist’s reputation is well esta...

First U.S. Survey of Blinky Palermo’s Work Travels to the Hirshhorn...

WASHINGTON, D.C.- The Hirshhorn is the premiere East Coast venue for the first U.S. retrospective of work by noted postwar abstract painter Blinky Palermo (German, b. Leipzig, 1943; d. Maldives, 1977). Although the artist’s reputation is well esta...

Exhibition in Valencia Marks the Centenary of the Birth of Artist...

VALENCIA.- This exhibition, organised by the IVAM, the Museo de Bellas Artes de Bilbao and the Sociedad Estatal de Acción Cultural, commemorates the centenary of the birth of 20th century art. The exhibition comprises 32 paintings, some large-format, ...

Romancing the West: Alfred Jacob Miller Exhibition Opens at the Museum...

HOUSTON, TX.- A six-month journey to the Rocky Mountains in 1837 provided artist Alfred Jacob Miller (1810–1874) with a lifetime of subjects to paint: mountain men in the fur trade, Native American life and traditions, panoramic landscapes and wil...

Under the Big Top: The Fine Art of the Circus in...

BURLINGTON, VT.- The circus was recognized in late-19th-century Europe as a subject of avant-garde art, but in America, it was not until artist Robert Henri's appeal, in 1923, to paint contemporary life that artists began to search out and paint scenes...

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