The Seattle Art Museum announced today that an important pair of 17th-century Japanese screens from the collection will undergo major conservation work, thanks to funding from the Bank of America Art Conservation Project.
Exhibition celebrates 175th anniversary of Arabic studies at Yale with works by Egyptian, Iraqi, Lebanese, and Syrian artists on loan from the Barjeel Art Foundation
SAN DIEGO – The Museum of Photographic Arts has been gifted, by Dr. Sally M. Gall and Dr. Einar Gall, the Ansel Adams’ What Majestic Word portfolio of 15 photographs for its permanent collection.
What Majestic Word has been generously on loan from the Galls, and after living in La Jolla for years the couple believes that MOPA will make an excellent permanent home.
Exhibition explores intersections between the collecting and creative practices of two iconic modern artists
SAN DIEGO – The Museum of Photographic Arts presents a solo exhibition featuring three bodies of work by Mexican contemporary photographer Flor Garduño.
Flor Garduño: Trilogy consists of 96 images from Bestiarium, Silent natures and Fantastic women. These represent principal themes from her career of photographic work between Mexico and Europe. Presented in Spanish and English, this exhibition aligns with MOPA's international engagement initiatives, said MOPA Executive Director Deborah Klochko.
Opening on January 7, The Phillips Collection presents an exhibition featuring 15 rarely seen silkscreen prints created by American artist Jacob Lawrence between 1986 and 1997. The series portrays the life of Toussaint L’Ouverture (1743–1803), the former slave turned leader of Haiti’s independence movement. L’Ouverture led the fight to liberate Saint-Domingue from French colonial rule and to emancipate the slaves during the 1791 Haitian Revolution, the first successful campaign to abolish slavery in modern history.
The Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) announced today that works from the museum's Chinese art collection will be on view at the Vincent Price Art Museum in a special exhibition. Chinese Ceramics from the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, on view January 24–July 22, 2017, will present 50 ceramic masterpieces with examples from the Neolithic period to the 19th century that exhibit a variety of styles and techniques, including works made of low-fired earthenware and high-fired stoneware and porcelain.
Though photographer and ethnographer Edward Curtis’s The North American Indian is an iconic work in the American historical canon, Christopher Cardozo, an Edward Curtis scholar, estimates most people are only familiar with 2–5 percent of Curtis’s work.