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Summer is traditionally a time for thematic group exhibitions, which provide galleries the opportunity to introduce new artists to their collectors, and three Los Angeles dealers are currently presenting some notable shows.

MINNEAPOLIS — The Minneapolis Institute of Art (Mia) presents never-before-seen sketches and prints by Twin Cities–based painter Frank Gaard (b. 1944, Chicago). The exhibition Under the Influence: Early Works by Frank Gaard will examine how the artist—known for his brash personality, idiosyncratic art practice, and vibrant color palette—arrived at his iconic style. The exhibition is on view through November 29.

COVID-19 closures put a stop to most of the Met's anniversary plans, but with The Met reopening August 29 after months shuttered, the museum is excited to redebut exhibitions that barely had a chance to shine before the museum closed.
Among the $10–15 billion dollars of property damaged were museums, galleries, libraries, and historic sites in downtown Beirut.

In the middle of Trafalgar Square in downtown London, the National Gallery sits, with a main collection on display that is owned by the British people. Thus, entry to the main collection is free. 

As of 2019, the National Gallery was the seventh-most visited museum in the world. Here are ten interesting facts to take you inside history of the illustrious museum and its collection.

The Mattress Factory is honored and excited to show new site-specific installations by Shikeith and Jennifer Angus.
Artist Sacha Jafri isn’t afraid of a good challenge, and the British artist has taken on a big one: to raise $30 million dollars for charity by creating the world’s largest painting on canvas.
The artists in this virtual exhibition all make paintings that explore the ethical and moral dilemmas of human beings, their boundaries and territories, their conflicts and struggles.
For archeologists working at Oxburgh Hall, a fifteenth-century manor in Norfolk, England, lockdown has given them the opportunity to delve a little deeper into their work.
This summer, the High Museum of Art will premiere Picture the Dream: The Story of the Civil Rights Movement through Children’s Books (August 15–November 8, 2020), an exhibition organized in collaboration with The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art.