Must-See Exhibits, Nationwide

By Casgar, Susanne | Art Business News, May 2007 | Go to article overview

Must-See Exhibits, Nationwide


Casgar, Susanne, Art Business News


One of the best parts of my job is being exposed to wonderful art from all over the world.

Even though it's a "busman's holiday" when I visit galleries and museums in the cities I travel to, I still go to as many as I can. I just can't seem to stay away.

Most recently, I had the pleasure of visiting the Georgia O'Keeffe Museum in Santa Fe and the "Monet in Normandy" exhibit at the Cleveland Museum of Art. I won't be back to Santa Fe for a while, but I will revisit the Monet exhibit; it was an absolutely amazing display that I wish everyone could see.

With that being said, I noticed today on MSN's Web site a list of "Five Art Exhibitions to See Now" by Cathy Curtis. It intrigued me, so I thought that our readers would enjoy learning about these wonderful exhibitions. I also took the liberty of adding a few others to keep you busy during your summer travels.

NEW YORK CITY

* The Metropolitan Museum

"Barcelona and Modernity: Gaudi to Dali," now through June 3

"Venice and Islamic Works," running through July 8

"Frank Stella Painting into Architecture & Frank Stella on the Roof," now through July 19

* Whitney Museum of American Art

"Summer of Love: Art of the Psychedelic Era," running through Sept. 16

* MOMA

"Projects 85: Dan Perjovschi What Happened to Us?" now through Aug. 27

OHIO

* Cleveland Museum of Art

"Monet in Normandy," now through May 20

* Cincinnati Museum of Art

The CMA presents an unveiling of 10 renovated galleries featuring more than 200 rarely seen objects that explore the rich culture and art history of Asia. The galleries open to the public on May 19.

CALIFORNIA

* The Getty Museum: Los Angeles

"Art, Anti-Art, Non-Art: Experimentation in the Public Sphere in Postwar Japan, 1950-1970," now through June 3

* San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

"Picasso and American Art," running through May 28

* Los Angeles County Museum of Art

"The Modern West: American Landscapes, 1890-1950," now through June 3

FLORIDA

* The Harn Museum of Art: Gainesville

"Cuba Avant-Garde: Contemporary Cuban Art from the Farber Collection," now through Sept.

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