Art across America

The Christian Science Monitor, March 6, 1998 | Go to article overview

Art across America


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San Francisco Museum of Modern Art Roy DeCarava: A Retrospective Through April 14. Surveys the works of this major figure in postwar photography. www.sfmoma.org DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Smithsonian Institution George Segal Through May 17. Monumental sculptures by the American artist. www.si.edu National Gallery of Art Alexander Calder March 29-July 12. Works from one of the great innovators of the 20th century. www.nga.gov The Phillips Collection Consuelo Kanaga: an American Photographer Through April 5. Retrospective of the career of this photojournalist. FLORIDA Gainesville Samuel P. Harn Museum of Art Whistler: Impressions of an American Abroad Through April 3. Selection of lithographs and etchings from this innovative printmaker. www.arts.ufl.edu/harn MAINE Portland Portland Museum of Art Marsden Hartley, American Modern Through April 23. Surveys life and art of the important American artist. www.portlandmuseum.org MASSACHUSETTS Boston Museum of Fine Arts Images of Fashion Through May 31. Explores the fashionable image in 16th- to 20th-century Europe and America. A Grand Design: the Art of the Victoria & Albert Museum Through May 17. Exhibition of 250 masterworks from the V&A's collections. www.mfa.org MICHIGAN Detroit The Detroit Institute of Arts A Celebration of Lithography: Nineteenth-Century Invention and Innovation Through April 5. Survey includes works by Goya, Delacroix, Manet, and Toulouse-Lautrec. www.dia.org MINNESOTA Minneapolis Walker Art Center Robert Colescott: Recent Paintings Through April 5. Includes 19 works from the past 10 years by the Arizona-based artist. www.walkerart.org NEW HAMPSHIRE Hanover Hood Museum of Art Romare Bearden: Collages and Prints Through April 12.

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