Muskegon Museum of Art Opens The First 100 Years Exhibition

. December 15, 2011 . 0 Comments

The Muskegon Museum of Art presents The First 100 Years open to the public through January 29, 2012, an exhibition of highlights from its collection reinstalled in new ways to promote fresh perspectives for visitors. The First 100 Years, a set of four exhibitions throughout the museum that highlight masterworks from the extensive museum collections, includes Pictures of the Best Kind, Portfolios, Series, and Collections; Contemporary Works; and Tiny Treasures.


John Steuart Curry (American, 1897-1946) TORNADO OVER KANSAS 1929, oil on canvas Hackley Picture Fund Purchase 1935.4

This grand display of the seminal works that define the excellence of the MMA’s collection includes paintings, sculpture, glass, and works on paper acquired during the Museum’s first century, reinstalled in new ways to promote fresh perspectives. Many exceptional works that are less frequently seen, in addition to all-time favorites, will inform the wealth and diversity of acquisitions that now set the stage for energetic collecting in the MMA’s second century. Underwritten by DTE Energy Foundation with additional support from the Van Kampen Boyer Molinari Charitable Foundation.

Muskegon Museum of Art 296 W. Webster Avenue Muskegon, Michigan 49440
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Category: Fine Art

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