Art across America

The Christian Science Monitor, January 23, 1998 | Go to article overview

Art across America


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Phoenix Art Museum Africa! A Sense of Wonder Through Feb. 8. Sub-Saharan African art dating from the 16th to early 20th century. Web site: Info at azcentral.com CALIFORNIA Los Angeles Los Angeles County Museum of Art Developing a Collection: The Ralph M. Parsons Foundation and the Art of Photography Through Feb. 23. Includes works by modern American and European photographers. www.lacma.org The J. Paul Getty Museum Collection of Drawings of the J. Paul Getty Museum: the First 15 Years Through Feb. 22. Celebrates growth of the Getty's drawing collection. www.si.edu DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Smithsonian Institution George Segal Feb. 19 - May 17. Monumental sculptures by the American artist. www.si.edu National Gallery of Art Lorenzo Lotto: Rediscovered Master of the Renaissance Through March 1. Features Lotto, whose formal and iconographic experiments set him apart from mainstream Renaissance art. www.nga.gov National Museum of American Art, Smithsonian Institution Ansel Adams: a Legacy Through March 29. Images from the end of Adams's career. www.nmaa.si.edu The Phillips Collection Consuelo Kanaga: an American Photographer Jan. 24 - April 5. Retrospective of the career of this photojournalist. Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Smithsonian Institution Twelve Centuries of Japanese Art From the Imperial Collections Through March 8. First major overseas exhibition of rarely seen art from the Imperial Household Agency and Emperor of Japan. www.si.edu GEORGIA Atlanta High Museum of Art Pablo Picasso: Masterworks From the Museum of Modern Art Through Feb. 15. Overview of the 20th-century master's career. www.high.org Illinois Chicago The Art Institute of Chicago Irving Penn, a Career in Photography Through Feb. 1. More than 150 prints highlighting the artist's career. www.artic.edu/aic/ KENTUCKY Louisville J.B. Speed Art Museum Dale Chihuly: Selections From Louisville Collections Through Feb. 15. Features works of glass by the acclaimed contemporary American artist. www.speedmuseum.org Maine Portland Portland Museum of Art Marsden Hartley, American Modern Jan. 31 - April 23. Surveys life and art of the American artist. …

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