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The Edut Project is a physical and online museum exhibition of life-sized paintings and intimate video conversations of Holocaust survivors. The project strives to honor each survivor’s story.
The exhibition returns to New York City this October, marking a homecoming for the monumental work that was first presented by Dia in the city in 1979.
What are Peter Trippi and Eric Rhoads doing about the Realism movement? Find out by watching this exclusive interview.
Collectively, these paintings communicate a spirit of American optimism, of transcendental wonderment in nature, of national abundance, and of nostalgia for ways of life that, even as the scenes were being painted, seemed already to be passing.
An expert in 20th-century American art, the new curator will begin her tenure in January 2019. She will oversee the development, research, presentation, and care of SAM’s collection of American art, as well as organize exhibitions that explore new and challenging narratives.
The first monographic exhibition of the artist to be held in the U.S. since 1987, “Berthe Morisot: Woman Impressionist” provides new insight into a defining chapter in art history and the opportunity to experience Morisot’s work in the context of the Barnes’s unparalleled collection of impressionist, post-impressionist, and early modernist paintings.
Archer Milton Huntington (1870–1955) and his wife, Anna Vaughn Hyatt (1876–1973), were individuals with modest personal style and rare artistic vision. Learn more about their philanthropy and the creation of Brookgreen Gardens in this upcoming lecture.
“There is an element of science in it, in the desire to study and observe,” says Robin Cole of her art. “But there is an element of spirit, too, in the continual reaching for something just beyond the visible.” Discover when and where you can see more of her works in this exhibition preview.
The multiplicity of self takes both precedence over and integration into the landscape, creating a world with a sense of excitement, self-worth, and play.
Co-Producers Tony Fuso and Robert Four are honored to announce that the Gala Preview will benefit the Art for Justice Fund. Learn the dates and details here.
This exhibition showcases large-scale mixed-media landscapes, highlighting the artist’s most prolific and inspired period of production since experiencing a pivotal moment in the woods in the late 1990s. Will you be in the area to view it?
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