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4.1/ Museum of Fine Arts / Boston — ‘Matisse in the Studio’ — April 9 / July 9

by April 1, 2017
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Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Debuts Matisse in the Studio Revealing Unprecedented Insight into Artist’s Mind —————————————- Only US Venue to See Rare Pairings of Matisse’s Masterpieces with Objects of Inspiration Matisse in the Studio is the first major international exhibition to examine the roles that objects from the artist’s Read more »

2.13/ Storm King: David Smith / The White Sculptures — May 13 / November 12

by February 13, 2017
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DAVID SMITH: THE WHITE SCULPTURES MAY 13 – NOVEMBER 12, 2017 Exhibition is the First to Critically and Fully Explore the Artist’s Use of the Color White  ———————————–  2017 Marks a Formative Anniversary in Storm King’s History: 50 Years Ago, Storm King Acquired 13 David Smith Sculptures and Read more »

12.27/ Yale University Art Gallery: It Was A New Century, thru June 4, 2017

by December 27, 2016
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George Bellows, A Stag at Sharkey’s, 1917. Lithograph. Private collection. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ It Was a New Century Reflections on Modern America December 23, 2016–June 4, 2017 Standout works by turn-of-the-twentieth-century American artists capture the energy and spirit of a nation in flux ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ It Was a New Century: Reflections on Modern America presents a Read more »

5.17 / MASS MoCA: Richard Nonas — The Man In The Empty Space / Large Scale Exhibition

by May 17, 2016
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Richard Nonas: The Man in the Empty Space First large-scale East Coast museum exhibition since 1985   The powerful sculpture of artist Richard Nonas transforms MASS MoCA’s largest gallery in a monumental exhibition that features both a survey of past works and a new site-specific commission for Read more »

X-hibit Closed: Yale University Art Gallery: Everything Is Dada

by February 7, 2016
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EXHIBIT CLOSED JULY 3, 2016 _______________________________ Suzanne Duchamp, Chef d’œuvre accordéon (Accordion Masterpiece), 1921. Oil, gouache, and silver leaf on canvas. Yale University Art Gallery, Gift of the artist to the Collection Société Anonyme ————————————— EVERYTHING IS DADA ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Exhibition celebrates contemporary influence of revolutionary movement Read more »

New London Maritime Society: History of US Custom Service Exhibition

by September 15, 2015
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New London Maritime Society Celebrates the 180th Anniversary of New London’s US Custom House with new exhibition on the History of the US Custom Service   Opening Reception Monday, September 21, from 5 to 7 PM New London Maritime Society is pleased to host an exhibition celebration Read more »

MASS MoCA: Clifford Ross, Landscapes Seen and Imagined, Opens 5.23

by March 23, 2015
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Clifford Ross, Digital Cathedral, Hurricane Wave Projections, 2015. Courtesy of Clifford Ross Studio. Clifford Ross: Landscape Seen & Imagined On view beginning May 23, 2015 In this major mid-career museum survey, Landscape Seen & Imagined documents Clifford Ross’s longstanding project to reconcile realism and abstraction. The exhibition takes place Read more »

MASS MoCA: Photographer Liz Deschenes, Opening Reception, May 23

by March 21, 2015
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Liz Deschenes , Tilt/Swing (360º field of vision, version 1), 2009. Black and white photograms mounted on metal . Overall 136 x 192 x 58″ (345.4 x 487.7 x 147.3 cm), original installation room dimensions 206 x 192 x 216″ (523.2 x 487.7 x 548.6 cm). The Museum of Read more »