Art across America

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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.

www.azstarnet.com/~tmaedu/ index.html

CALIFORNIA

Los Angeles

Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Rhapsodies in Black: Art of the Harlem Renaissance

Explores the Harlem Renaissance and its influence on the culture of early-20th-century America and Europe.

July 15-Sept. 13.

www.lacma.org

San Diego

San Diego Museum of Art

Monet: Paintings of Giverny From the Musee Marmottan

Blockbuster exhibit features 22 paintings by Monet.

Through Aug. 30.

www.sddt.com/sdma.html

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

National Gallery of Art

Alexander Calder

Works from one of the great innovators of the 20th century.

Through July 12.

Manet, Monet, and the Gare Saint-Lazare

Emphasizes the heroic symbol of the Saint-Lazare station in Paris and its influence on Impressionist artists.

Through Sept. 20.

Mark Rothko

Retrospective reveals the depth of the artist's career.

Through Aug. 16.

www.nga.gov

National Museum of Women in the Arts

Sarah Charlesworth

First mid-career survey of this American artist's work, including more than 60 large-scale photo-objects that address issues of media, gender politics, art history, mythology, and more.

Through Sept. 27.

www.nmwa.org

The Phillips Collection

Richard Diebenkorn

Most comprehensive survey to date of the late contemporary American artist's career.

Through Aug. 16.

ILLINOIS

Chicago

Museum of Contemporary Art

Chuck Close

Surveys full spectrum of the American artist's career, including more than 90 works.

Through Sept. 13.

MAINE

Rockland

Farnsworth Art Museum

Wondrous Strange: the Pursuit of the Marvelous in the Art of the Wyeth Family

Explores the dimensions of narrative, fantasy, and reality in the art of this important family of American artists.

Through Nov. 8.

www.wyethcenter.com

Portland

Portland Museum of Art

Monet to Matisse: Responses to the Riviera

Highlights the Impressionist and Modernist European and American masters who were active on the Riviera from 1880 to 1940.

Through Oct. 18. …

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