Fine Art

Baltimore Museum of Art to Open Solo Exhibitions of Works by Contemporary Artists William Cordova, Beatrice Glow, Elle Peěrez, and Salman Toor

Baltimore Museum of Art to Open Solo Exhibitions of Works by Contemporary Artists William Cordova, Beatrice Glow, Elle Peěrez, and Salman Toor

BALTIMORE, MD – This spring, the Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA) will open a suite of four solo exhibitions by some of today’s leading contemporary artists: William Cordova, Beatrice Glow, Elle Peěrez, and Salman Toor. The presentations, which will open in April and May, capture the ways in which these artists are exploring and revealing […]

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“Morton Kaish: A Print Retrospective” on view at Palitz Gallery in NYC extended to April 22

“Morton Kaish: A Print Retrospective” on view at Palitz Gallery in NYC extended to April 22

“Morton Kaish: A Print Retrospective,” a special exhibition of work by Morton Kaish (SU ’49) on view in the Palitz Gallery at Syracuse University’s Lubin House in New York City, has been extended through April 22, 2022. Morton Kaish: A Print Retrospective, a special exhibition of work by Morton Kaish (SU ’49) on view in […]

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Langson IMCA Announces New Acquisitions of Artworks

Langson IMCA Announces New Acquisitions of Artworks

Irvine, CA…Today, UC Irvine Jack and Shanaz Langson Institute and Museum of California Art (Langson IMCA) announced six new acquisitions that entered the museum’s growing collection in 2021. The gifts of artworks represent a range of genres and mediums by artists responding to the California experience, dating from the early 20th century to 2019. Langson […]

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Guarding the Art Exhibition Opens March 27 at the Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA)

Guarding the Art Exhibition Opens March 27 at the Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA)

BALTIMORE, MD – For the first time in the Baltimore Museum of Art’s (BMA) history, the people who protect the art have selected the art. Guarding the Art, an exhibition curated entirely by 17 members of the museum’s security team, opens on Sunday, March 27, with approximately 25 works of art from across the BMA’s […]

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Pulitzer Arts Foundation Presents “Assembly Required”

Pulitzer Arts Foundation Presents “Assembly Required”

The Pulitzer Arts Foundation presents Assembly Required, an exhibition of work by nine artists who invite the public to shape and co-produce their artworks. The artists—Francis Alÿs, Rasheed Araeen, Siah Armajani, Tania Bruguera/INSTAR, Lygia Clark, Hélio Oiticica, Yoko Ono, Lygia Pape, and Franz Erhard Walther—were selected for their shared belief in public action and its […]

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Island Life exhibition to open at he Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum

Island Life exhibition to open at he Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum

Chesapeake photographer Jay Fleming’s work will be featured in a new special exhibition at the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum in St. Michaels, Md., starting Jan. 28, 2022. Island Life: Changing Culture, Changing Shorelines will be on display in CBMM’s Van Lennep Auditorium through May 29, 2022. Originally planned for a 2020 opening, CBMM instead hosted […]

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Frist Art Museum Presents Debut Solo Museum Exhibition by Nashville-based Artist LeXander Bryant

Frist Art Museum Presents Debut Solo Museum Exhibition by Nashville-based Artist LeXander Bryant

The Frist Art Museum presents Nashville-based artist LeXander Bryant’s debut solo museum exhibition Forget Me Nots. Featuring multimedia works—including a sculpture, photographs, murals, and a new video—the exhibition addresses themes of perseverance amid adversity, family struc¬tures and bonds, economic inequality, community activism, and more. Organized by the Frist Art Museum, Forget Me Nots will be […]

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Lain Singh Bangdel: Moon over Kathmandu

Lain Singh Bangdel: Moon over Kathmandu

The Yeh Art Gallery, St. John’s University is pleased to announce “Lain Singh Bangdel: Moon over Kathmandu,” the first solo museum exhibition in the United States by Nepal’s preeminent modern artist Lain Singh Bangdel (1919-2002). Moon over Kathmandu is also Bangdel’s first posthumous solo exhibition outside Nepal. A twentieth-century polymath, Bangdel became an acclaimed novelist, […]

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UCI Institute and Museum of California Art receives naming gift from Jack and Shanaz Langson

UCI Institute and Museum of California Art receives naming gift from Jack and Shanaz Langson

A naming gift from Jack and Shanaz Langson to the University of California, Irvine will support the construction and operation of a state-of-the-art building facility to house the Institute and Museum of California Art and its important collection of California art. In recognition of their generous support, IMCA will be named the Jack and Shanaz […]

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UMFA Acquires Works by Major Japanese American Artist

UMFA Acquires Works by Major Japanese American Artist

Thirty-five works by Chiura Obata, one of the most significant Japanese American artists of the twentieth century, are now in the permanent collection of the Utah Museum of Fine Arts (UMFA) at the University of Utah—thanks to a generous gift from the Obata estate. “We’re very grateful to the Obata family for recognizing Utahns’ deep […]

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The Print Center Announces Multipart Project of New Work by Carmen Winant

The Print Center Announces Multipart Project of New Work by Carmen Winant

The Print Center (TPC) will present A Brand New End: Survival and Its Pictures, a solo photography-based exhibition of new work by Carmen Winant as part of a four-component project developed by the artist through intensive research — a hallmark of her category-defying practice. The project incorporates historical and contemporary representations of oppression, liberation, and […]

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“A MOVEMENT IN EVERY DIRECTION” CAPTURES ENDURING SIGNIFICANCE OF THE GREAT MIGRATION THROUGH COMMISSIONED WORKS BY 12 ACCLAIMED ARTISTS

“A MOVEMENT IN EVERY DIRECTION” CAPTURES ENDURING SIGNIFICANCE OF THE GREAT MIGRATION THROUGH COMMISSIONED WORKS BY 12 ACCLAIMED ARTISTS

On April 9, the Mississippi Museum of Art (MMA) will open A Movement in Every Direction: Legacies of the Great Migration, which explores the profound impact of the Great Migration on the social and cultural life of the United States from historical and personal perspectives. Co-organized with the Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA), the exhibition […]

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