Fine Art

Frist Art Museum Presents “Bethany Collins: Evensong”

Frist Art Museum Presents “Bethany Collins: Evensong”

The Frist Art Museum presents Bethany Collins: Evensong, an exhibition of multimedia works—including paintings, drawings, prints, an artist’s book, and wallpaper—that explores the historic intersection of language and race. Organized by the Frist Art Museum, the exhibition will be on view from June 11 through September 12, 2021. In her conceptually driven practice, Chicago-based artist […]

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Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA) to Open Exhibition of Recent Contemporary Acquisitions

Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA) to Open Exhibition of Recent Contemporary Acquisitions

BALTIMORE, MD – The Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA) charted new territory in 2018 when it deaccessioned seven artworks from its contemporary holdings to create an acquisition fund for purchases of works by artists underrepresented in its collection and within broader art historical narratives. During the past three years, this fund has allowed the BMA […]

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Gideon Mendel: Drowning World

Gideon Mendel: Drowning World

A unique photographic exploration of the impact of flooding on communities around the world due to climate events opens Saturday, May 1 at the Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University. Gideon Mendel: Drowning World is a stark portrayal of the human condition within the context of climate change. The exhibition features 37 color photographs, […]

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Frist Art Museum Presents “Designing the New: Charles Rennie Mackintosh and the Glasgow Style”

Frist Art Museum Presents “Designing the New: Charles Rennie Mackintosh and the Glasgow Style”

The Frist Art Museum presents Designing the New: Charles Rennie Mackintosh and the Glasgow Style, an immersive exhibition that showcases Charles Rennie Mackintosh—the greatest exponent of the Glasgow Style—as an architect, designer, and artist, and contextualizes his production within a larger circle of designers and craftspeople in Scotland’s largest city. Co-organized by Glasgow Museums and […]

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BALTIMORE MUSEUM OF ART HOSTS GINEVRA SHAY’S “PHONE CALL” PARTICIPATORY ART AND POETRY PROJECT

BALTIMORE MUSEUM OF ART HOSTS GINEVRA SHAY’S “PHONE CALL” PARTICIPATORY ART AND POETRY PROJECT

BALTIMORE, MD – The Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA) hosts Phone Call, a participatory dialogue-based work by Baltimore- and New York-based artist Ginevra Shay that brings artists and poets to listeners through one-to-one readings and conversations over the phone. Initially conceived to combat isolation brought about by the first COVID-19 shutdowns in March 2020, Phone […]

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Michener Art Museum Presents Essential Work 2020: A Community Portrait

Michener Art Museum Presents Essential Work 2020: A Community Portrait

The Michener Art Museum is delighted to present Essential Work 2020: A Community Portrait, on view from March 19-July 11, 2021. As the United States was confronted with the coronavirus pandemic, racial injustice, political protest, and a heated presidential election, 2020 will be long remembered as a year of upheaval and uncertainty. During these challenging […]

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Toronto Biennial of Art Announces Change of Dates for Second Edition

Toronto Biennial of Art Announces Change of Dates for Second Edition

Toronto, Ontario, Canada… The Toronto Biennial of Art (the Biennial) today announced that its second edition is being postponed in response to the current global pandemic. Originally scheduled for fall 2021, the Biennial will now take place March 26–June 5, 2022. The Biennial’s Board of Directors and Executive Director Patrizia Libralato, along with the Biennial […]

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MISSISSIPPI MUSEUM OF ART AND TOUGALOO COLLEGE RELEASE ART AND CIVIL RIGHTS INITIATIVE DIGITAL CATALOGUE

MISSISSIPPI MUSEUM OF ART AND TOUGALOO COLLEGE RELEASE ART AND CIVIL RIGHTS INITIATIVE DIGITAL CATALOGUE

The Mississippi Museum of Art (MMA/the Museum) announced it has published a digital catalogue documenting a series of five exhibitions and related public programs organized in partnership with Tougaloo College (the College) through the Museum’s Art and Civil Rights Initiative (ACRI). In 2017, MMA and the College joined creative forces to form ACRI, a multi-layered, […]

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Pulitzer Presents Major Exhibition of the Work of Pioneer and Provocateur Hannah Wilke, Pivotal Figure in Postwar American Art

Pulitzer Presents Major Exhibition of the Work of Pioneer and Provocateur Hannah Wilke, Pivotal Figure in Postwar American Art

ST. LOUIS, MO – The Pulitzer Arts Foundation presents Hannah Wilke: Art for Life’s Sake, the first major exhibition of Wilke’s groundbreaking work in over a decade. One of the foremost American artists to emerge in the 1960s, Hannah Wilke (1940–1993) developed an unabashed, boundary-crossing art practice that included sculpture, photography, video, and works on […]

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