Art across America

The Christian Science Monitor, April 24, 1998 | Go to article overview

Art across America


ARIZONA

Tucson

Tucson museum of Art El Alma del Pueblo: Spanish Folk Art and Its Transformation in the Americas Through Aug. 2. CALIFORNIA Los Angeles Los Angeles County Museum of Art Love Forever: Yayoi Kusama, 1958-1968 Through June 1. Includes 80 installations, paintings, and other works by this post-minimalist Japanese artist, dating from her most influential years. 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 Through July 12. Works from one of the great innovators of the 20th century. www.nga.gov National Museum of Women in the Arts Artists on the Road: Travel as a Source of Inspiration Through May 23. Artworks that capture the excitement and delight of vacation trips, scientific explorations, spiritual quests, and imaginary journeys. The Phillips Collection Richard Diebenkorn Through Aug. 16. The most comprehensive survey to date of the late contemporary American artist's career. ILLINOIS Chicago Smart Museum of Art Africa! A Sense of Wonder May 14-July 12. Sub-Saharan African art from the 16th to early 20th century. MARYLAND Baltimore The Baltimore Museum of Art The Great American Pop Art Store: Multiples of the Sixties Through May 24. Celebrates the delightful and witty world of Pop Art multiples and its influence on later object design, featuring 100 pieces by Jim Dine, Jasper Johns, Andy Warhol, others. MASSACHUSETTS Andover Addison Gallery of American Art Arthur Dove: a Retrospective Through July 14. Surveys the career of the 20th-century American Modernist. Boston Museum of Fine Arts A Grand Design: the Art of the Victoria & Albert Museum Through May 17. …

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