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CoBrA: Hope After Destruction

Art Show

In the aftermath of the unprecedented devastation of World War II—a group of artists and poets came together with the intention of creating a movement that rejected European traditions in favor of something new, fresh, and spontaneous. They named themselves CoBrA, after the founders’ native cities: Copenhagen, Brussels, and Amsterdam. Their work was heavily influenced by the expressiveness and energy of children’s art. The movement lasted through 1951 and grew to 60 associated painters, sculptors, and poets. This exhibition features sculpture, painting, and works on paper by four CoBrA artists: founding members Karel Appel and Cornelis Guillaume van Beverloo (known as Corneille), along with Pierre Alechinsky and Jean Lucebert

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• Tue 2/19/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Ralph Steadman: A Retrospective

Art Show

Ralph Steadman is one of the world’s most acclaimed illustrators and visual storytellers. His work combines expressive lines and emphatic ink splatters, an immediately recognizable style that has spanned decades. Featuring more than 100 original artworks and prints from the past 65 years of Steadman’s career, this USA Retrospective examines the range of his projects in literature, theatre, television, and product design.

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• Tue 2/19/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Pushing the Envelope: Mail Art from the Archives of American Art

Art Show

In the 1960s, mail art became an artistic practice engaging an international network of artistic participants. With letters, postcards, and packages—as well as material that tested the limits of what could be posted—mail artists circumvented museums and commercial galleries, creatively sidestepping the art market and often eluding government censors. Examining how it has worked across divergent cultural circumstances—from McCarthy-era America, to Soviet Poland, to Chile under the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet—this exhibition engages issues of circulation, collaboration, and community in and among specific national contexts during the second half of the twentieth century.

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• Tue 2/19/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
• Wed 2/20/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Ralph Steadman: A Retrospective

Art Show

Ralph Steadman is one of the world’s most acclaimed illustrators and visual storytellers. His work combines expressive lines and emphatic ink splatters, an immediately recognizable style that has spanned decades. Featuring more than 100 original artworks and prints from the past 65 years of Steadman’s career, this USA Retrospective examines the range of his projects in literature, theatre, television, and product design.

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• Wed 2/20/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

CoBrA: Hope After Destruction

Art Show

In the aftermath of the unprecedented devastation of World War II—a group of artists and poets came together with the intention of creating a movement that rejected European traditions in favor of something new, fresh, and spontaneous. They named themselves CoBrA, after the founders’ native cities: Copenhagen, Brussels, and Amsterdam. Their work was heavily influenced by the expressiveness and energy of children’s art. The movement lasted through 1951 and grew to 60 associated painters, sculptors, and poets. This exhibition features sculpture, painting, and works on paper by four CoBrA artists: founding members Karel Appel and Cornelis Guillaume van Beverloo (known as Corneille), along with Pierre Alechinsky and Jean Lucebert

Information:

• Wed 2/20/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
• Thu 2/21/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Ralph Steadman: A Retrospective

Art Show

Ralph Steadman is one of the world’s most acclaimed illustrators and visual storytellers. His work combines expressive lines and emphatic ink splatters, an immediately recognizable style that has spanned decades. Featuring more than 100 original artworks and prints from the past 65 years of Steadman’s career, this USA Retrospective examines the range of his projects in literature, theatre, television, and product design.

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• Thu 2/21/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Pushing the Envelope: Mail Art from the Archives of American Art

Art Show

In the 1960s, mail art became an artistic practice engaging an international network of artistic participants. With letters, postcards, and packages—as well as material that tested the limits of what could be posted—mail artists circumvented museums and commercial galleries, creatively sidestepping the art market and often eluding government censors. Examining how it has worked across divergent cultural circumstances—from McCarthy-era America, to Soviet Poland, to Chile under the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet—this exhibition engages issues of circulation, collaboration, and community in and among specific national contexts during the second half of the twentieth century.

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• Thu 2/21/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

CoBrA: Hope After Destruction

Art Show

In the aftermath of the unprecedented devastation of World War II—a group of artists and poets came together with the intention of creating a movement that rejected European traditions in favor of something new, fresh, and spontaneous. They named themselves CoBrA, after the founders’ native cities: Copenhagen, Brussels, and Amsterdam. Their work was heavily influenced by the expressiveness and energy of children’s art. The movement lasted through 1951 and grew to 60 associated painters, sculptors, and poets. This exhibition features sculpture, painting, and works on paper by four CoBrA artists: founding members Karel Appel and Cornelis Guillaume van Beverloo (known as Corneille), along with Pierre Alechinsky and Jean Lucebert

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• Fri 2/22/19 at 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM

Ralph Steadman: A Retrospective

Art Show

Ralph Steadman is one of the world’s most acclaimed illustrators and visual storytellers. His work combines expressive lines and emphatic ink splatters, an immediately recognizable style that has spanned decades. Featuring more than 100 original artworks and prints from the past 65 years of Steadman’s career, this USA Retrospective examines the range of his projects in literature, theatre, television, and product design.

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• Fri 2/22/19 at 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM

Pushing the Envelope: Mail Art from the Archives of American Art

Art Show

In the 1960s, mail art became an artistic practice engaging an international network of artistic participants. With letters, postcards, and packages—as well as material that tested the limits of what could be posted—mail artists circumvented museums and commercial galleries, creatively sidestepping the art market and often eluding government censors. Examining how it has worked across divergent cultural circumstances—from McCarthy-era America, to Soviet Poland, to Chile under the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet—this exhibition engages issues of circulation, collaboration, and community in and among specific national contexts during the second half of the twentieth century.

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• Fri 2/22/19 at 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM

Curator Tour

Art Talk, Photography, Museum

Join guest curator Miriam Kienle for a tour of the exhibition "Pushing the Envelope", a survey of artists who use the postal system as a means to produce and disseminate art to a network of friends and professional contacts.

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• Fri 2/22/19 at 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM

Pushing the Envelope: Mail Art from the Archives of American Art

Art Show

In the 1960s, mail art became an artistic practice engaging an international network of artistic participants. With letters, postcards, and packages—as well as material that tested the limits of what could be posted—mail artists circumvented museums and commercial galleries, creatively sidestepping the art market and often eluding government censors. Examining how it has worked across divergent cultural circumstances—from McCarthy-era America, to Soviet Poland, to Chile under the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet—this exhibition engages issues of circulation, collaboration, and community in and among specific national contexts during the second half of the twentieth century.

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• Sat 2/23/19 - Sun 2/24/19 at 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Ralph Steadman: A Retrospective

Art Show

Ralph Steadman is one of the world’s most acclaimed illustrators and visual storytellers. His work combines expressive lines and emphatic ink splatters, an immediately recognizable style that has spanned decades. Featuring more than 100 original artworks and prints from the past 65 years of Steadman’s career, this USA Retrospective examines the range of his projects in literature, theatre, television, and product design.

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• Sat 2/23/19 - Sun 2/24/19 at 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM

CoBrA: Hope After Destruction

Art Show

In the aftermath of the unprecedented devastation of World War II—a group of artists and poets came together with the intention of creating a movement that rejected European traditions in favor of something new, fresh, and spontaneous. They named themselves CoBrA, after the founders’ native cities: Copenhagen, Brussels, and Amsterdam. Their work was heavily influenced by the expressiveness and energy of children’s art. The movement lasted through 1951 and grew to 60 associated painters, sculptors, and poets. This exhibition features sculpture, painting, and works on paper by four CoBrA artists: founding members Karel Appel and Cornelis Guillaume van Beverloo (known as Corneille), along with Pierre Alechinsky and Jean Lucebert

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• Sat 2/23/19 - Sun 2/24/19 at 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Pushing the Envelope: Mail Art from the Archives of American Art

Art Show

In the 1960s, mail art became an artistic practice engaging an international network of artistic participants. With letters, postcards, and packages—as well as material that tested the limits of what could be posted—mail artists circumvented museums and commercial galleries, creatively sidestepping the art market and often eluding government censors. Examining how it has worked across divergent cultural circumstances—from McCarthy-era America, to Soviet Poland, to Chile under the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet—this exhibition engages issues of circulation, collaboration, and community in and among specific national contexts during the second half of the twentieth century.

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• Tue 2/26/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Ralph Steadman: A Retrospective

Art Show

Ralph Steadman is one of the world’s most acclaimed illustrators and visual storytellers. His work combines expressive lines and emphatic ink splatters, an immediately recognizable style that has spanned decades. Featuring more than 100 original artworks and prints from the past 65 years of Steadman’s career, this USA Retrospective examines the range of his projects in literature, theatre, television, and product design.

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• Tue 2/26/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

CoBrA: Hope After Destruction

Art Show

In the aftermath of the unprecedented devastation of World War II—a group of artists and poets came together with the intention of creating a movement that rejected European traditions in favor of something new, fresh, and spontaneous. They named themselves CoBrA, after the founders’ native cities: Copenhagen, Brussels, and Amsterdam. Their work was heavily influenced by the expressiveness and energy of children’s art. The movement lasted through 1951 and grew to 60 associated painters, sculptors, and poets. This exhibition features sculpture, painting, and works on paper by four CoBrA artists: founding members Karel Appel and Cornelis Guillaume van Beverloo (known as Corneille), along with Pierre Alechinsky and Jean Lucebert

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• Tue 2/26/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
• Wed 2/27/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Ralph Steadman: A Retrospective

Art Show

Ralph Steadman is one of the world’s most acclaimed illustrators and visual storytellers. His work combines expressive lines and emphatic ink splatters, an immediately recognizable style that has spanned decades. Featuring more than 100 original artworks and prints from the past 65 years of Steadman’s career, this USA Retrospective examines the range of his projects in literature, theatre, television, and product design.

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• Wed 2/27/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Pushing the Envelope: Mail Art from the Archives of American Art

Art Show

In the 1960s, mail art became an artistic practice engaging an international network of artistic participants. With letters, postcards, and packages—as well as material that tested the limits of what could be posted—mail artists circumvented museums and commercial galleries, creatively sidestepping the art market and often eluding government censors. Examining how it has worked across divergent cultural circumstances—from McCarthy-era America, to Soviet Poland, to Chile under the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet—this exhibition engages issues of circulation, collaboration, and community in and among specific national contexts during the second half of the twentieth century.

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• Wed 2/27/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
• Thu 2/28/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Ralph Steadman: A Retrospective

Art Show

Ralph Steadman is one of the world’s most acclaimed illustrators and visual storytellers. His work combines expressive lines and emphatic ink splatters, an immediately recognizable style that has spanned decades. Featuring more than 100 original artworks and prints from the past 65 years of Steadman’s career, this USA Retrospective examines the range of his projects in literature, theatre, television, and product design.

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• Thu 2/28/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

CoBrA: Hope After Destruction

Art Show

In the aftermath of the unprecedented devastation of World War II—a group of artists and poets came together with the intention of creating a movement that rejected European traditions in favor of something new, fresh, and spontaneous. They named themselves CoBrA, after the founders’ native cities: Copenhagen, Brussels, and Amsterdam. Their work was heavily influenced by the expressiveness and energy of children’s art. The movement lasted through 1951 and grew to 60 associated painters, sculptors, and poets. This exhibition features sculpture, painting, and works on paper by four CoBrA artists: founding members Karel Appel and Cornelis Guillaume van Beverloo (known as Corneille), along with Pierre Alechinsky and Jean Lucebert

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• Thu 2/28/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
• Fri 3/1/19 at 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM

Ralph Steadman: A Retrospective

Art Show

Ralph Steadman is one of the world’s most acclaimed illustrators and visual storytellers. His work combines expressive lines and emphatic ink splatters, an immediately recognizable style that has spanned decades. Featuring more than 100 original artworks and prints from the past 65 years of Steadman’s career, this USA Retrospective examines the range of his projects in literature, theatre, television, and product design.

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• Fri 3/1/19 at 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM

Pushing the Envelope: Mail Art from the Archives of American Art

Art Show

In the 1960s, mail art became an artistic practice engaging an international network of artistic participants. With letters, postcards, and packages—as well as material that tested the limits of what could be posted—mail artists circumvented museums and commercial galleries, creatively sidestepping the art market and often eluding government censors. Examining how it has worked across divergent cultural circumstances—from McCarthy-era America, to Soviet Poland, to Chile under the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet—this exhibition engages issues of circulation, collaboration, and community in and among specific national contexts during the second half of the twentieth century.

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• Fri 3/1/19 at 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
• Sat 3/2/19 - Sun 3/3/19 at 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Ralph Steadman: A Retrospective

Art Show

Ralph Steadman is one of the world’s most acclaimed illustrators and visual storytellers. His work combines expressive lines and emphatic ink splatters, an immediately recognizable style that has spanned decades. Featuring more than 100 original artworks and prints from the past 65 years of Steadman’s career, this USA Retrospective examines the range of his projects in literature, theatre, television, and product design.

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• Sat 3/2/19 - Sun 3/3/19 at 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM

CoBrA: Hope After Destruction

Art Show

In the aftermath of the unprecedented devastation of World War II—a group of artists and poets came together with the intention of creating a movement that rejected European traditions in favor of something new, fresh, and spontaneous. They named themselves CoBrA, after the founders’ native cities: Copenhagen, Brussels, and Amsterdam. Their work was heavily influenced by the expressiveness and energy of children’s art. The movement lasted through 1951 and grew to 60 associated painters, sculptors, and poets. This exhibition features sculpture, painting, and works on paper by four CoBrA artists: founding members Karel Appel and Cornelis Guillaume van Beverloo (known as Corneille), along with Pierre Alechinsky and Jean Lucebert

Information:

• Sat 3/2/19 - Sun 3/3/19 at 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Pushing the Envelope: Mail Art from the Archives of American Art

Art Show

In the 1960s, mail art became an artistic practice engaging an international network of artistic participants. With letters, postcards, and packages—as well as material that tested the limits of what could be posted—mail artists circumvented museums and commercial galleries, creatively sidestepping the art market and often eluding government censors. Examining how it has worked across divergent cultural circumstances—from McCarthy-era America, to Soviet Poland, to Chile under the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet—this exhibition engages issues of circulation, collaboration, and community in and among specific national contexts during the second half of the twentieth century.

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• Tue 3/5/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

CoBrA: Hope After Destruction

Art Show

In the aftermath of the unprecedented devastation of World War II—a group of artists and poets came together with the intention of creating a movement that rejected European traditions in favor of something new, fresh, and spontaneous. They named themselves CoBrA, after the founders’ native cities: Copenhagen, Brussels, and Amsterdam. Their work was heavily influenced by the expressiveness and energy of children’s art. The movement lasted through 1951 and grew to 60 associated painters, sculptors, and poets. This exhibition features sculpture, painting, and works on paper by four CoBrA artists: founding members Karel Appel and Cornelis Guillaume van Beverloo (known as Corneille), along with Pierre Alechinsky and Jean Lucebert

Information:

• Tue 3/5/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Ralph Steadman: A Retrospective

Art Show

Ralph Steadman is one of the world’s most acclaimed illustrators and visual storytellers. His work combines expressive lines and emphatic ink splatters, an immediately recognizable style that has spanned decades. Featuring more than 100 original artworks and prints from the past 65 years of Steadman’s career, this USA Retrospective examines the range of his projects in literature, theatre, television, and product design.

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• Tue 3/5/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
• Wed 3/6/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

CoBrA: Hope After Destruction

Art Show

In the aftermath of the unprecedented devastation of World War II—a group of artists and poets came together with the intention of creating a movement that rejected European traditions in favor of something new, fresh, and spontaneous. They named themselves CoBrA, after the founders’ native cities: Copenhagen, Brussels, and Amsterdam. Their work was heavily influenced by the expressiveness and energy of children’s art. The movement lasted through 1951 and grew to 60 associated painters, sculptors, and poets. This exhibition features sculpture, painting, and works on paper by four CoBrA artists: founding members Karel Appel and Cornelis Guillaume van Beverloo (known as Corneille), along with Pierre Alechinsky and Jean Lucebert

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• Wed 3/6/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Pushing the Envelope: Mail Art from the Archives of American Art

Art Show

In the 1960s, mail art became an artistic practice engaging an international network of artistic participants. With letters, postcards, and packages—as well as material that tested the limits of what could be posted—mail artists circumvented museums and commercial galleries, creatively sidestepping the art market and often eluding government censors. Examining how it has worked across divergent cultural circumstances—from McCarthy-era America, to Soviet Poland, to Chile under the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet—this exhibition engages issues of circulation, collaboration, and community in and among specific national contexts during the second half of the twentieth century.

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• Wed 3/6/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
• Thu 3/7/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

CoBrA: Hope After Destruction

Art Show

In the aftermath of the unprecedented devastation of World War II—a group of artists and poets came together with the intention of creating a movement that rejected European traditions in favor of something new, fresh, and spontaneous. They named themselves CoBrA, after the founders’ native cities: Copenhagen, Brussels, and Amsterdam. Their work was heavily influenced by the expressiveness and energy of children’s art. The movement lasted through 1951 and grew to 60 associated painters, sculptors, and poets. This exhibition features sculpture, painting, and works on paper by four CoBrA artists: founding members Karel Appel and Cornelis Guillaume van Beverloo (known as Corneille), along with Pierre Alechinsky and Jean Lucebert

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• Thu 3/7/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Ralph Steadman: A Retrospective

Art Show

Ralph Steadman is one of the world’s most acclaimed illustrators and visual storytellers. His work combines expressive lines and emphatic ink splatters, an immediately recognizable style that has spanned decades. Featuring more than 100 original artworks and prints from the past 65 years of Steadman’s career, this USA Retrospective examines the range of his projects in literature, theatre, television, and product design.

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• Thu 3/7/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

CoBrA: Hope After Destruction

Art Show

In the aftermath of the unprecedented devastation of World War II—a group of artists and poets came together with the intention of creating a movement that rejected European traditions in favor of something new, fresh, and spontaneous. They named themselves CoBrA, after the founders’ native cities: Copenhagen, Brussels, and Amsterdam. Their work was heavily influenced by the expressiveness and energy of children’s art. The movement lasted through 1951 and grew to 60 associated painters, sculptors, and poets. This exhibition features sculpture, painting, and works on paper by four CoBrA artists: founding members Karel Appel and Cornelis Guillaume van Beverloo (known as Corneille), along with Pierre Alechinsky and Jean Lucebert

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• Fri 3/8/19 at 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM

Ralph Steadman: A Retrospective

Art Show

Ralph Steadman is one of the world’s most acclaimed illustrators and visual storytellers. His work combines expressive lines and emphatic ink splatters, an immediately recognizable style that has spanned decades. Featuring more than 100 original artworks and prints from the past 65 years of Steadman’s career, this USA Retrospective examines the range of his projects in literature, theatre, television, and product design.

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• Fri 3/8/19 at 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM

Pushing the Envelope: Mail Art from the Archives of American Art

Art Show

In the 1960s, mail art became an artistic practice engaging an international network of artistic participants. With letters, postcards, and packages—as well as material that tested the limits of what could be posted—mail artists circumvented museums and commercial galleries, creatively sidestepping the art market and often eluding government censors. Examining how it has worked across divergent cultural circumstances—from McCarthy-era America, to Soviet Poland, to Chile under the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet—this exhibition engages issues of circulation, collaboration, and community in and among specific national contexts during the second half of the twentieth century.

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• Fri 3/8/19 at 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
• Sat 3/9/19 - Sun 3/10/19 at 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Ralph Steadman: A Retrospective

Art Show

Ralph Steadman is one of the world’s most acclaimed illustrators and visual storytellers. His work combines expressive lines and emphatic ink splatters, an immediately recognizable style that has spanned decades. Featuring more than 100 original artworks and prints from the past 65 years of Steadman’s career, this USA Retrospective examines the range of his projects in literature, theatre, television, and product design.

Information:

• Sat 3/9/19 - Sun 3/10/19 at 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM

CoBrA: Hope After Destruction

Art Show

In the aftermath of the unprecedented devastation of World War II—a group of artists and poets came together with the intention of creating a movement that rejected European traditions in favor of something new, fresh, and spontaneous. They named themselves CoBrA, after the founders’ native cities: Copenhagen, Brussels, and Amsterdam. Their work was heavily influenced by the expressiveness and energy of children’s art. The movement lasted through 1951 and grew to 60 associated painters, sculptors, and poets. This exhibition features sculpture, painting, and works on paper by four CoBrA artists: founding members Karel Appel and Cornelis Guillaume van Beverloo (known as Corneille), along with Pierre Alechinsky and Jean Lucebert

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• Sat 3/9/19 - Sun 3/10/19 at 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Pushing the Envelope: Mail Art from the Archives of American Art

Art Show

In the 1960s, mail art became an artistic practice engaging an international network of artistic participants. With letters, postcards, and packages—as well as material that tested the limits of what could be posted—mail artists circumvented museums and commercial galleries, creatively sidestepping the art market and often eluding government censors. Examining how it has worked across divergent cultural circumstances—from McCarthy-era America, to Soviet Poland, to Chile under the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet—this exhibition engages issues of circulation, collaboration, and community in and among specific national contexts during the second half of the twentieth century.

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• Tue 3/12/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Ralph Steadman: A Retrospective

Art Show

Ralph Steadman is one of the world’s most acclaimed illustrators and visual storytellers. His work combines expressive lines and emphatic ink splatters, an immediately recognizable style that has spanned decades. Featuring more than 100 original artworks and prints from the past 65 years of Steadman’s career, this USA Retrospective examines the range of his projects in literature, theatre, television, and product design.

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• Tue 3/12/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

CoBrA: Hope After Destruction

Art Show

In the aftermath of the unprecedented devastation of World War II—a group of artists and poets came together with the intention of creating a movement that rejected European traditions in favor of something new, fresh, and spontaneous. They named themselves CoBrA, after the founders’ native cities: Copenhagen, Brussels, and Amsterdam. Their work was heavily influenced by the expressiveness and energy of children’s art. The movement lasted through 1951 and grew to 60 associated painters, sculptors, and poets. This exhibition features sculpture, painting, and works on paper by four CoBrA artists: founding members Karel Appel and Cornelis Guillaume van Beverloo (known as Corneille), along with Pierre Alechinsky and Jean Lucebert

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• Tue 3/12/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
• Wed 3/13/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Ralph Steadman: A Retrospective

Art Show

Ralph Steadman is one of the world’s most acclaimed illustrators and visual storytellers. His work combines expressive lines and emphatic ink splatters, an immediately recognizable style that has spanned decades. Featuring more than 100 original artworks and prints from the past 65 years of Steadman’s career, this USA Retrospective examines the range of his projects in literature, theatre, television, and product design.

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• Wed 3/13/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Pushing the Envelope: Mail Art from the Archives of American Art

Art Show

In the 1960s, mail art became an artistic practice engaging an international network of artistic participants. With letters, postcards, and packages—as well as material that tested the limits of what could be posted—mail artists circumvented museums and commercial galleries, creatively sidestepping the art market and often eluding government censors. Examining how it has worked across divergent cultural circumstances—from McCarthy-era America, to Soviet Poland, to Chile under the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet—this exhibition engages issues of circulation, collaboration, and community in and among specific national contexts during the second half of the twentieth century.

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• Wed 3/13/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Eat/Art

Art Talk

Join Museum staff on the second Wednesday of each month as we continue our examination of artworks currently in storage. This month we’ll discuss Joseph Vavak’s painting, “Department Store”, and how that work fits into our permanent collection. Feel free to bring a brown bag lunch.

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• Wed 3/13/19 at 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Pushing the Envelope: Mail Art from the Archives of American Art

Art Show

In the 1960s, mail art became an artistic practice engaging an international network of artistic participants. With letters, postcards, and packages—as well as material that tested the limits of what could be posted—mail artists circumvented museums and commercial galleries, creatively sidestepping the art market and often eluding government censors. Examining how it has worked across divergent cultural circumstances—from McCarthy-era America, to Soviet Poland, to Chile under the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet—this exhibition engages issues of circulation, collaboration, and community in and among specific national contexts during the second half of the twentieth century.

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• Thu 3/14/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Ralph Steadman: A Retrospective

Art Show

Ralph Steadman is one of the world’s most acclaimed illustrators and visual storytellers. His work combines expressive lines and emphatic ink splatters, an immediately recognizable style that has spanned decades. Featuring more than 100 original artworks and prints from the past 65 years of Steadman’s career, this USA Retrospective examines the range of his projects in literature, theatre, television, and product design.

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• Thu 3/14/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

CoBrA: Hope After Destruction

Art Show

In the aftermath of the unprecedented devastation of World War II—a group of artists and poets came together with the intention of creating a movement that rejected European traditions in favor of something new, fresh, and spontaneous. They named themselves CoBrA, after the founders’ native cities: Copenhagen, Brussels, and Amsterdam. Their work was heavily influenced by the expressiveness and energy of children’s art. The movement lasted through 1951 and grew to 60 associated painters, sculptors, and poets. This exhibition features sculpture, painting, and works on paper by four CoBrA artists: founding members Karel Appel and Cornelis Guillaume van Beverloo (known as Corneille), along with Pierre Alechinsky and Jean Lucebert

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• Thu 3/14/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
• Fri 3/15/19 at 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM

Ralph Steadman: A Retrospective

Art Show

Ralph Steadman is one of the world’s most acclaimed illustrators and visual storytellers. His work combines expressive lines and emphatic ink splatters, an immediately recognizable style that has spanned decades. Featuring more than 100 original artworks and prints from the past 65 years of Steadman’s career, this USA Retrospective examines the range of his projects in literature, theatre, television, and product design.

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• Fri 3/15/19 at 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM

Pushing the Envelope: Mail Art from the Archives of American Art

Art Show

In the 1960s, mail art became an artistic practice engaging an international network of artistic participants. With letters, postcards, and packages—as well as material that tested the limits of what could be posted—mail artists circumvented museums and commercial galleries, creatively sidestepping the art market and often eluding government censors. Examining how it has worked across divergent cultural circumstances—from McCarthy-era America, to Soviet Poland, to Chile under the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet—this exhibition engages issues of circulation, collaboration, and community in and among specific national contexts during the second half of the twentieth century.

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• Fri 3/15/19 at 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM

Family Day

Children's Arts/Crafts

Would you like to try your hand at a Ralph Steadman-like illustration? We’ll provide all the materials you need.

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• Sat 3/16/19 at 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Pushing the Envelope: Mail Art from the Archives of American Art

Art Show

In the 1960s, mail art became an artistic practice engaging an international network of artistic participants. With letters, postcards, and packages—as well as material that tested the limits of what could be posted—mail artists circumvented museums and commercial galleries, creatively sidestepping the art market and often eluding government censors. Examining how it has worked across divergent cultural circumstances—from McCarthy-era America, to Soviet Poland, to Chile under the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet—this exhibition engages issues of circulation, collaboration, and community in and among specific national contexts during the second half of the twentieth century.

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• Sat 3/16/19 - Sun 3/17/19 at 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Ralph Steadman: A Retrospective

Art Show

Ralph Steadman is one of the world’s most acclaimed illustrators and visual storytellers. His work combines expressive lines and emphatic ink splatters, an immediately recognizable style that has spanned decades. Featuring more than 100 original artworks and prints from the past 65 years of Steadman’s career, this USA Retrospective examines the range of his projects in literature, theatre, television, and product design.

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• Sat 3/16/19 - Sun 3/17/19 at 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM

CoBrA: Hope After Destruction

Art Show

In the aftermath of the unprecedented devastation of World War II—a group of artists and poets came together with the intention of creating a movement that rejected European traditions in favor of something new, fresh, and spontaneous. They named themselves CoBrA, after the founders’ native cities: Copenhagen, Brussels, and Amsterdam. Their work was heavily influenced by the expressiveness and energy of children’s art. The movement lasted through 1951 and grew to 60 associated painters, sculptors, and poets. This exhibition features sculpture, painting, and works on paper by four CoBrA artists: founding members Karel Appel and Cornelis Guillaume van Beverloo (known as Corneille), along with Pierre Alechinsky and Jean Lucebert

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• Sat 3/16/19 - Sun 3/17/19 at 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Pushing the Envelope: Mail Art from the Archives of American Art

Art Show

In the 1960s, mail art became an artistic practice engaging an international network of artistic participants. With letters, postcards, and packages—as well as material that tested the limits of what could be posted—mail artists circumvented museums and commercial galleries, creatively sidestepping the art market and often eluding government censors. Examining how it has worked across divergent cultural circumstances—from McCarthy-era America, to Soviet Poland, to Chile under the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet—this exhibition engages issues of circulation, collaboration, and community in and among specific national contexts during the second half of the twentieth century.

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• Tue 3/19/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

CoBrA: Hope After Destruction

Art Show

In the aftermath of the unprecedented devastation of World War II—a group of artists and poets came together with the intention of creating a movement that rejected European traditions in favor of something new, fresh, and spontaneous. They named themselves CoBrA, after the founders’ native cities: Copenhagen, Brussels, and Amsterdam. Their work was heavily influenced by the expressiveness and energy of children’s art. The movement lasted through 1951 and grew to 60 associated painters, sculptors, and poets. This exhibition features sculpture, painting, and works on paper by four CoBrA artists: founding members Karel Appel and Cornelis Guillaume van Beverloo (known as Corneille), along with Pierre Alechinsky and Jean Lucebert

Information:

• Tue 3/19/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Ralph Steadman: A Retrospective

Art Show

Ralph Steadman is one of the world’s most acclaimed illustrators and visual storytellers. His work combines expressive lines and emphatic ink splatters, an immediately recognizable style that has spanned decades. Featuring more than 100 original artworks and prints from the past 65 years of Steadman’s career, this USA Retrospective examines the range of his projects in literature, theatre, television, and product design.

Information:

• Tue 3/19/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
• Wed 3/20/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

CoBrA: Hope After Destruction

Art Show

In the aftermath of the unprecedented devastation of World War II—a group of artists and poets came together with the intention of creating a movement that rejected European traditions in favor of something new, fresh, and spontaneous. They named themselves CoBrA, after the founders’ native cities: Copenhagen, Brussels, and Amsterdam. Their work was heavily influenced by the expressiveness and energy of children’s art. The movement lasted through 1951 and grew to 60 associated painters, sculptors, and poets. This exhibition features sculpture, painting, and works on paper by four CoBrA artists: founding members Karel Appel and Cornelis Guillaume van Beverloo (known as Corneille), along with Pierre Alechinsky and Jean Lucebert

Information:

• Wed 3/20/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Pushing the Envelope: Mail Art from the Archives of American Art

Art Show

In the 1960s, mail art became an artistic practice engaging an international network of artistic participants. With letters, postcards, and packages—as well as material that tested the limits of what could be posted—mail artists circumvented museums and commercial galleries, creatively sidestepping the art market and often eluding government censors. Examining how it has worked across divergent cultural circumstances—from McCarthy-era America, to Soviet Poland, to Chile under the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet—this exhibition engages issues of circulation, collaboration, and community in and among specific national contexts during the second half of the twentieth century.

Information:

• Wed 3/20/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
• Thu 3/21/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

CoBrA: Hope After Destruction

Art Show

In the aftermath of the unprecedented devastation of World War II—a group of artists and poets came together with the intention of creating a movement that rejected European traditions in favor of something new, fresh, and spontaneous. They named themselves CoBrA, after the founders’ native cities: Copenhagen, Brussels, and Amsterdam. Their work was heavily influenced by the expressiveness and energy of children’s art. The movement lasted through 1951 and grew to 60 associated painters, sculptors, and poets. This exhibition features sculpture, painting, and works on paper by four CoBrA artists: founding members Karel Appel and Cornelis Guillaume van Beverloo (known as Corneille), along with Pierre Alechinsky and Jean Lucebert

Information:

• Thu 3/21/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Ralph Steadman: A Retrospective

Art Show

Ralph Steadman is one of the world’s most acclaimed illustrators and visual storytellers. His work combines expressive lines and emphatic ink splatters, an immediately recognizable style that has spanned decades. Featuring more than 100 original artworks and prints from the past 65 years of Steadman’s career, this USA Retrospective examines the range of his projects in literature, theatre, television, and product design.

Information:

• Thu 3/21/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

CoBrA: Hope After Destruction

Art Show

In the aftermath of the unprecedented devastation of World War II—a group of artists and poets came together with the intention of creating a movement that rejected European traditions in favor of something new, fresh, and spontaneous. They named themselves CoBrA, after the founders’ native cities: Copenhagen, Brussels, and Amsterdam. Their work was heavily influenced by the expressiveness and energy of children’s art. The movement lasted through 1951 and grew to 60 associated painters, sculptors, and poets. This exhibition features sculpture, painting, and works on paper by four CoBrA artists: founding members Karel Appel and Cornelis Guillaume van Beverloo (known as Corneille), along with Pierre Alechinsky and Jean Lucebert

Information:

• Fri 3/22/19 at 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM

Ralph Steadman: A Retrospective

Art Show

Ralph Steadman is one of the world’s most acclaimed illustrators and visual storytellers. His work combines expressive lines and emphatic ink splatters, an immediately recognizable style that has spanned decades. Featuring more than 100 original artworks and prints from the past 65 years of Steadman’s career, this USA Retrospective examines the range of his projects in literature, theatre, television, and product design.

Information:

• Fri 3/22/19 at 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM

Pushing the Envelope: Mail Art from the Archives of American Art

Art Show

In the 1960s, mail art became an artistic practice engaging an international network of artistic participants. With letters, postcards, and packages—as well as material that tested the limits of what could be posted—mail artists circumvented museums and commercial galleries, creatively sidestepping the art market and often eluding government censors. Examining how it has worked across divergent cultural circumstances—from McCarthy-era America, to Soviet Poland, to Chile under the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet—this exhibition engages issues of circulation, collaboration, and community in and among specific national contexts during the second half of the twentieth century.

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• Fri 3/22/19 at 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM

Curator Tour

Art Talk

Curator Janie Welker leads a tour of the permanent collection installations "CoBrA: Hope After Destruction" and "TLC: Conservation and the Collection".

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• Fri 3/22/19 at 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM

Pushing the Envelope: Mail Art from the Archives of American Art

Art Show

In the 1960s, mail art became an artistic practice engaging an international network of artistic participants. With letters, postcards, and packages—as well as material that tested the limits of what could be posted—mail artists circumvented museums and commercial galleries, creatively sidestepping the art market and often eluding government censors. Examining how it has worked across divergent cultural circumstances—from McCarthy-era America, to Soviet Poland, to Chile under the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet—this exhibition engages issues of circulation, collaboration, and community in and among specific national contexts during the second half of the twentieth century.

Information:

• Sat 3/23/19 - Sun 3/24/19 at 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Ralph Steadman: A Retrospective

Art Show

Ralph Steadman is one of the world’s most acclaimed illustrators and visual storytellers. His work combines expressive lines and emphatic ink splatters, an immediately recognizable style that has spanned decades. Featuring more than 100 original artworks and prints from the past 65 years of Steadman’s career, this USA Retrospective examines the range of his projects in literature, theatre, television, and product design.

Information:

• Sat 3/23/19 - Sun 3/24/19 at 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM

CoBrA: Hope After Destruction

Art Show

In the aftermath of the unprecedented devastation of World War II—a group of artists and poets came together with the intention of creating a movement that rejected European traditions in favor of something new, fresh, and spontaneous. They named themselves CoBrA, after the founders’ native cities: Copenhagen, Brussels, and Amsterdam. Their work was heavily influenced by the expressiveness and energy of children’s art. The movement lasted through 1951 and grew to 60 associated painters, sculptors, and poets. This exhibition features sculpture, painting, and works on paper by four CoBrA artists: founding members Karel Appel and Cornelis Guillaume van Beverloo (known as Corneille), along with Pierre Alechinsky and Jean Lucebert

Information:

• Sat 3/23/19 - Sun 3/24/19 at 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Pushing the Envelope: Mail Art from the Archives of American Art

Art Show

In the 1960s, mail art became an artistic practice engaging an international network of artistic participants. With letters, postcards, and packages—as well as material that tested the limits of what could be posted—mail artists circumvented museums and commercial galleries, creatively sidestepping the art market and often eluding government censors. Examining how it has worked across divergent cultural circumstances—from McCarthy-era America, to Soviet Poland, to Chile under the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet—this exhibition engages issues of circulation, collaboration, and community in and among specific national contexts during the second half of the twentieth century.

Information:

• Tue 3/26/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Ralph Steadman: A Retrospective

Art Show

Ralph Steadman is one of the world’s most acclaimed illustrators and visual storytellers. His work combines expressive lines and emphatic ink splatters, an immediately recognizable style that has spanned decades. Featuring more than 100 original artworks and prints from the past 65 years of Steadman’s career, this USA Retrospective examines the range of his projects in literature, theatre, television, and product design.

Information:

• Tue 3/26/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

CoBrA: Hope After Destruction

Art Show

In the aftermath of the unprecedented devastation of World War II—a group of artists and poets came together with the intention of creating a movement that rejected European traditions in favor of something new, fresh, and spontaneous. They named themselves CoBrA, after the founders’ native cities: Copenhagen, Brussels, and Amsterdam. Their work was heavily influenced by the expressiveness and energy of children’s art. The movement lasted through 1951 and grew to 60 associated painters, sculptors, and poets. This exhibition features sculpture, painting, and works on paper by four CoBrA artists: founding members Karel Appel and Cornelis Guillaume van Beverloo (known as Corneille), along with Pierre Alechinsky and Jean Lucebert

Information:

• Tue 3/26/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
• Wed 3/27/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Ralph Steadman: A Retrospective

Art Show

Ralph Steadman is one of the world’s most acclaimed illustrators and visual storytellers. His work combines expressive lines and emphatic ink splatters, an immediately recognizable style that has spanned decades. Featuring more than 100 original artworks and prints from the past 65 years of Steadman’s career, this USA Retrospective examines the range of his projects in literature, theatre, television, and product design.

Information:

• Wed 3/27/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Pushing the Envelope: Mail Art from the Archives of American Art

Art Show

In the 1960s, mail art became an artistic practice engaging an international network of artistic participants. With letters, postcards, and packages—as well as material that tested the limits of what could be posted—mail artists circumvented museums and commercial galleries, creatively sidestepping the art market and often eluding government censors. Examining how it has worked across divergent cultural circumstances—from McCarthy-era America, to Soviet Poland, to Chile under the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet—this exhibition engages issues of circulation, collaboration, and community in and among specific national contexts during the second half of the twentieth century.

Information:

• Wed 3/27/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
• Thu 3/28/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Ralph Steadman: A Retrospective

Art Show

Ralph Steadman is one of the world’s most acclaimed illustrators and visual storytellers. His work combines expressive lines and emphatic ink splatters, an immediately recognizable style that has spanned decades. Featuring more than 100 original artworks and prints from the past 65 years of Steadman’s career, this USA Retrospective examines the range of his projects in literature, theatre, television, and product design.

Information:

• Thu 3/28/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

CoBrA: Hope After Destruction

Art Show

In the aftermath of the unprecedented devastation of World War II—a group of artists and poets came together with the intention of creating a movement that rejected European traditions in favor of something new, fresh, and spontaneous. They named themselves CoBrA, after the founders’ native cities: Copenhagen, Brussels, and Amsterdam. Their work was heavily influenced by the expressiveness and energy of children’s art. The movement lasted through 1951 and grew to 60 associated painters, sculptors, and poets. This exhibition features sculpture, painting, and works on paper by four CoBrA artists: founding members Karel Appel and Cornelis Guillaume van Beverloo (known as Corneille), along with Pierre Alechinsky and Jean Lucebert

Information:

• Thu 3/28/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
• Fri 3/29/19 at 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM

Ralph Steadman: A Retrospective

Art Show

Ralph Steadman is one of the world’s most acclaimed illustrators and visual storytellers. His work combines expressive lines and emphatic ink splatters, an immediately recognizable style that has spanned decades. Featuring more than 100 original artworks and prints from the past 65 years of Steadman’s career, this USA Retrospective examines the range of his projects in literature, theatre, television, and product design.

Information:

• Fri 3/29/19 at 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM

Pushing the Envelope: Mail Art from the Archives of American Art

Art Show

In the 1960s, mail art became an artistic practice engaging an international network of artistic participants. With letters, postcards, and packages—as well as material that tested the limits of what could be posted—mail artists circumvented museums and commercial galleries, creatively sidestepping the art market and often eluding government censors. Examining how it has worked across divergent cultural circumstances—from McCarthy-era America, to Soviet Poland, to Chile under the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet—this exhibition engages issues of circulation, collaboration, and community in and among specific national contexts during the second half of the twentieth century.

Information:

• Fri 3/29/19 at 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
• Sat 3/30/19 - Sun 3/31/19 at 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Ralph Steadman: A Retrospective

Art Show

Ralph Steadman is one of the world’s most acclaimed illustrators and visual storytellers. His work combines expressive lines and emphatic ink splatters, an immediately recognizable style that has spanned decades. Featuring more than 100 original artworks and prints from the past 65 years of Steadman’s career, this USA Retrospective examines the range of his projects in literature, theatre, television, and product design.

Information:

• Sat 3/30/19 - Sun 3/31/19 at 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM

CoBrA: Hope After Destruction

Art Show

In the aftermath of the unprecedented devastation of World War II—a group of artists and poets came together with the intention of creating a movement that rejected European traditions in favor of something new, fresh, and spontaneous. They named themselves CoBrA, after the founders’ native cities: Copenhagen, Brussels, and Amsterdam. Their work was heavily influenced by the expressiveness and energy of children’s art. The movement lasted through 1951 and grew to 60 associated painters, sculptors, and poets. This exhibition features sculpture, painting, and works on paper by four CoBrA artists: founding members Karel Appel and Cornelis Guillaume van Beverloo (known as Corneille), along with Pierre Alechinsky and Jean Lucebert

Information:

• Sat 3/30/19 - Sun 3/31/19 at 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Pushing the Envelope: Mail Art from the Archives of American Art

Art Show

In the 1960s, mail art became an artistic practice engaging an international network of artistic participants. With letters, postcards, and packages—as well as material that tested the limits of what could be posted—mail artists circumvented museums and commercial galleries, creatively sidestepping the art market and often eluding government censors. Examining how it has worked across divergent cultural circumstances—from McCarthy-era America, to Soviet Poland, to Chile under the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet—this exhibition engages issues of circulation, collaboration, and community in and among specific national contexts during the second half of the twentieth century.

Information:

• Tue 4/2/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

CoBrA: Hope After Destruction

Art Show

In the aftermath of the unprecedented devastation of World War II—a group of artists and poets came together with the intention of creating a movement that rejected European traditions in favor of something new, fresh, and spontaneous. They named themselves CoBrA, after the founders’ native cities: Copenhagen, Brussels, and Amsterdam. Their work was heavily influenced by the expressiveness and energy of children’s art. The movement lasted through 1951 and grew to 60 associated painters, sculptors, and poets. This exhibition features sculpture, painting, and works on paper by four CoBrA artists: founding members Karel Appel and Cornelis Guillaume van Beverloo (known as Corneille), along with Pierre Alechinsky and Jean Lucebert

Information:

• Tue 4/2/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Ralph Steadman: A Retrospective

Art Show

Ralph Steadman is one of the world’s most acclaimed illustrators and visual storytellers. His work combines expressive lines and emphatic ink splatters, an immediately recognizable style that has spanned decades. Featuring more than 100 original artworks and prints from the past 65 years of Steadman’s career, this USA Retrospective examines the range of his projects in literature, theatre, television, and product design.

Information:

• Tue 4/2/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
• Wed 4/3/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

CoBrA: Hope After Destruction

Art Show

In the aftermath of the unprecedented devastation of World War II—a group of artists and poets came together with the intention of creating a movement that rejected European traditions in favor of something new, fresh, and spontaneous. They named themselves CoBrA, after the founders’ native cities: Copenhagen, Brussels, and Amsterdam. Their work was heavily influenced by the expressiveness and energy of children’s art. The movement lasted through 1951 and grew to 60 associated painters, sculptors, and poets. This exhibition features sculpture, painting, and works on paper by four CoBrA artists: founding members Karel Appel and Cornelis Guillaume van Beverloo (known as Corneille), along with Pierre Alechinsky and Jean Lucebert

Information:

• Wed 4/3/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Pushing the Envelope: Mail Art from the Archives of American Art

Art Show

In the 1960s, mail art became an artistic practice engaging an international network of artistic participants. With letters, postcards, and packages—as well as material that tested the limits of what could be posted—mail artists circumvented museums and commercial galleries, creatively sidestepping the art market and often eluding government censors. Examining how it has worked across divergent cultural circumstances—from McCarthy-era America, to Soviet Poland, to Chile under the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet—this exhibition engages issues of circulation, collaboration, and community in and among specific national contexts during the second half of the twentieth century.

Information:

• Wed 4/3/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
• Thu 4/4/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

CoBrA: Hope After Destruction

Art Show

In the aftermath of the unprecedented devastation of World War II—a group of artists and poets came together with the intention of creating a movement that rejected European traditions in favor of something new, fresh, and spontaneous. They named themselves CoBrA, after the founders’ native cities: Copenhagen, Brussels, and Amsterdam. Their work was heavily influenced by the expressiveness and energy of children’s art. The movement lasted through 1951 and grew to 60 associated painters, sculptors, and poets. This exhibition features sculpture, painting, and works on paper by four CoBrA artists: founding members Karel Appel and Cornelis Guillaume van Beverloo (known as Corneille), along with Pierre Alechinsky and Jean Lucebert

Information:

• Thu 4/4/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Ralph Steadman: A Retrospective

Art Show

Ralph Steadman is one of the world’s most acclaimed illustrators and visual storytellers. His work combines expressive lines and emphatic ink splatters, an immediately recognizable style that has spanned decades. Featuring more than 100 original artworks and prints from the past 65 years of Steadman’s career, this USA Retrospective examines the range of his projects in literature, theatre, television, and product design.

Information:

• Thu 4/4/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

CoBrA: Hope After Destruction

Art Show

In the aftermath of the unprecedented devastation of World War II—a group of artists and poets came together with the intention of creating a movement that rejected European traditions in favor of something new, fresh, and spontaneous. They named themselves CoBrA, after the founders’ native cities: Copenhagen, Brussels, and Amsterdam. Their work was heavily influenced by the expressiveness and energy of children’s art. The movement lasted through 1951 and grew to 60 associated painters, sculptors, and poets. This exhibition features sculpture, painting, and works on paper by four CoBrA artists: founding members Karel Appel and Cornelis Guillaume van Beverloo (known as Corneille), along with Pierre Alechinsky and Jean Lucebert

Information:

• Fri 4/5/19 at 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM

Ralph Steadman: A Retrospective

Art Show

Ralph Steadman is one of the world’s most acclaimed illustrators and visual storytellers. His work combines expressive lines and emphatic ink splatters, an immediately recognizable style that has spanned decades. Featuring more than 100 original artworks and prints from the past 65 years of Steadman’s career, this USA Retrospective examines the range of his projects in literature, theatre, television, and product design.

Information:

• Fri 4/5/19 at 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM

Pushing the Envelope: Mail Art from the Archives of American Art

Art Show

In the 1960s, mail art became an artistic practice engaging an international network of artistic participants. With letters, postcards, and packages—as well as material that tested the limits of what could be posted—mail artists circumvented museums and commercial galleries, creatively sidestepping the art market and often eluding government censors. Examining how it has worked across divergent cultural circumstances—from McCarthy-era America, to Soviet Poland, to Chile under the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet—this exhibition engages issues of circulation, collaboration, and community in and among specific national contexts during the second half of the twentieth century.

Information:

• Fri 4/5/19 at 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
• Sat 4/6/19 - Sun 4/7/19 at 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Ralph Steadman: A Retrospective

Art Show

Ralph Steadman is one of the world’s most acclaimed illustrators and visual storytellers. His work combines expressive lines and emphatic ink splatters, an immediately recognizable style that has spanned decades. Featuring more than 100 original artworks and prints from the past 65 years of Steadman’s career, this USA Retrospective examines the range of his projects in literature, theatre, television, and product design.

Information:

• Sat 4/6/19 - Sun 4/7/19 at 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM

CoBrA: Hope After Destruction

Art Show

In the aftermath of the unprecedented devastation of World War II—a group of artists and poets came together with the intention of creating a movement that rejected European traditions in favor of something new, fresh, and spontaneous. They named themselves CoBrA, after the founders’ native cities: Copenhagen, Brussels, and Amsterdam. Their work was heavily influenced by the expressiveness and energy of children’s art. The movement lasted through 1951 and grew to 60 associated painters, sculptors, and poets. This exhibition features sculpture, painting, and works on paper by four CoBrA artists: founding members Karel Appel and Cornelis Guillaume van Beverloo (known as Corneille), along with Pierre Alechinsky and Jean Lucebert

Information:

• Sat 4/6/19 - Sun 4/7/19 at 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Pushing the Envelope: Mail Art from the Archives of American Art

Art Show

In the 1960s, mail art became an artistic practice engaging an international network of artistic participants. With letters, postcards, and packages—as well as material that tested the limits of what could be posted—mail artists circumvented museums and commercial galleries, creatively sidestepping the art market and often eluding government censors. Examining how it has worked across divergent cultural circumstances—from McCarthy-era America, to Soviet Poland, to Chile under the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet—this exhibition engages issues of circulation, collaboration, and community in and among specific national contexts during the second half of the twentieth century.

Information:

• Tue 4/9/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Ralph Steadman: A Retrospective

Art Show

Ralph Steadman is one of the world’s most acclaimed illustrators and visual storytellers. His work combines expressive lines and emphatic ink splatters, an immediately recognizable style that has spanned decades. Featuring more than 100 original artworks and prints from the past 65 years of Steadman’s career, this USA Retrospective examines the range of his projects in literature, theatre, television, and product design.

Information:

• Tue 4/9/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

CoBrA: Hope After Destruction

Art Show

In the aftermath of the unprecedented devastation of World War II—a group of artists and poets came together with the intention of creating a movement that rejected European traditions in favor of something new, fresh, and spontaneous. They named themselves CoBrA, after the founders’ native cities: Copenhagen, Brussels, and Amsterdam. Their work was heavily influenced by the expressiveness and energy of children’s art. The movement lasted through 1951 and grew to 60 associated painters, sculptors, and poets. This exhibition features sculpture, painting, and works on paper by four CoBrA artists: founding members Karel Appel and Cornelis Guillaume van Beverloo (known as Corneille), along with Pierre Alechinsky and Jean Lucebert

Information:

• Tue 4/9/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
• Wed 4/10/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Ralph Steadman: A Retrospective

Art Show

Ralph Steadman is one of the world’s most acclaimed illustrators and visual storytellers. His work combines expressive lines and emphatic ink splatters, an immediately recognizable style that has spanned decades. Featuring more than 100 original artworks and prints from the past 65 years of Steadman’s career, this USA Retrospective examines the range of his projects in literature, theatre, television, and product design.

Information:

• Wed 4/10/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Pushing the Envelope: Mail Art from the Archives of American Art

Art Show

In the 1960s, mail art became an artistic practice engaging an international network of artistic participants. With letters, postcards, and packages—as well as material that tested the limits of what could be posted—mail artists circumvented museums and commercial galleries, creatively sidestepping the art market and often eluding government censors. Examining how it has worked across divergent cultural circumstances—from McCarthy-era America, to Soviet Poland, to Chile under the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet—this exhibition engages issues of circulation, collaboration, and community in and among specific national contexts during the second half of the twentieth century.

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• Wed 4/10/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Eat/Art

Art Talk

Join Museum staff on the second Wednesday of each month as we continue our examination of artworks currently in storage. This month we’ll examine Pablo Picasso’s glazed earthenware, “Visage”, the artist, his career and how this works fits into our permanent collection.

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• Wed 4/10/19 at 12:00 PM - 1:00 PM

Pushing the Envelope: Mail Art from the Archives of American Art

Art Show

In the 1960s, mail art became an artistic practice engaging an international network of artistic participants. With letters, postcards, and packages—as well as material that tested the limits of what could be posted—mail artists circumvented museums and commercial galleries, creatively sidestepping the art market and often eluding government censors. Examining how it has worked across divergent cultural circumstances—from McCarthy-era America, to Soviet Poland, to Chile under the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet—this exhibition engages issues of circulation, collaboration, and community in and among specific national contexts during the second half of the twentieth century.

Information:

• Thu 4/11/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Ralph Steadman: A Retrospective

Art Show

Ralph Steadman is one of the world’s most acclaimed illustrators and visual storytellers. His work combines expressive lines and emphatic ink splatters, an immediately recognizable style that has spanned decades. Featuring more than 100 original artworks and prints from the past 65 years of Steadman’s career, this USA Retrospective examines the range of his projects in literature, theatre, television, and product design.

Information:

• Thu 4/11/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

CoBrA: Hope After Destruction

Art Show

In the aftermath of the unprecedented devastation of World War II—a group of artists and poets came together with the intention of creating a movement that rejected European traditions in favor of something new, fresh, and spontaneous. They named themselves CoBrA, after the founders’ native cities: Copenhagen, Brussels, and Amsterdam. Their work was heavily influenced by the expressiveness and energy of children’s art. The movement lasted through 1951 and grew to 60 associated painters, sculptors, and poets. This exhibition features sculpture, painting, and works on paper by four CoBrA artists: founding members Karel Appel and Cornelis Guillaume van Beverloo (known as Corneille), along with Pierre Alechinsky and Jean Lucebert

Information:

• Thu 4/11/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
• Fri 4/12/19 at 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM

Ralph Steadman: A Retrospective

Art Show

Ralph Steadman is one of the world’s most acclaimed illustrators and visual storytellers. His work combines expressive lines and emphatic ink splatters, an immediately recognizable style that has spanned decades. Featuring more than 100 original artworks and prints from the past 65 years of Steadman’s career, this USA Retrospective examines the range of his projects in literature, theatre, television, and product design.

Information:

• Fri 4/12/19 at 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM

Pushing the Envelope: Mail Art from the Archives of American Art

Art Show

In the 1960s, mail art became an artistic practice engaging an international network of artistic participants. With letters, postcards, and packages—as well as material that tested the limits of what could be posted—mail artists circumvented museums and commercial galleries, creatively sidestepping the art market and often eluding government censors. Examining how it has worked across divergent cultural circumstances—from McCarthy-era America, to Soviet Poland, to Chile under the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet—this exhibition engages issues of circulation, collaboration, and community in and among specific national contexts during the second half of the twentieth century.

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• Fri 4/12/19 at 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
• Sat 4/13/19 - Sun 4/14/19 at 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Ralph Steadman: A Retrospective

Art Show

Ralph Steadman is one of the world’s most acclaimed illustrators and visual storytellers. His work combines expressive lines and emphatic ink splatters, an immediately recognizable style that has spanned decades. Featuring more than 100 original artworks and prints from the past 65 years of Steadman’s career, this USA Retrospective examines the range of his projects in literature, theatre, television, and product design.

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• Sat 4/13/19 - Sun 4/14/19 at 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM

CoBrA: Hope After Destruction

Art Show

In the aftermath of the unprecedented devastation of World War II—a group of artists and poets came together with the intention of creating a movement that rejected European traditions in favor of something new, fresh, and spontaneous. They named themselves CoBrA, after the founders’ native cities: Copenhagen, Brussels, and Amsterdam. Their work was heavily influenced by the expressiveness and energy of children’s art. The movement lasted through 1951 and grew to 60 associated painters, sculptors, and poets. This exhibition features sculpture, painting, and works on paper by four CoBrA artists: founding members Karel Appel and Cornelis Guillaume van Beverloo (known as Corneille), along with Pierre Alechinsky and Jean Lucebert

Information:

• Sat 4/13/19 - Sun 4/14/19 at 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Pushing the Envelope: Mail Art from the Archives of American Art

Art Show

In the 1960s, mail art became an artistic practice engaging an international network of artistic participants. With letters, postcards, and packages—as well as material that tested the limits of what could be posted—mail artists circumvented museums and commercial galleries, creatively sidestepping the art market and often eluding government censors. Examining how it has worked across divergent cultural circumstances—from McCarthy-era America, to Soviet Poland, to Chile under the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet—this exhibition engages issues of circulation, collaboration, and community in and among specific national contexts during the second half of the twentieth century.

Information:

• Tue 4/16/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

CoBrA: Hope After Destruction

Art Show

In the aftermath of the unprecedented devastation of World War II—a group of artists and poets came together with the intention of creating a movement that rejected European traditions in favor of something new, fresh, and spontaneous. They named themselves CoBrA, after the founders’ native cities: Copenhagen, Brussels, and Amsterdam. Their work was heavily influenced by the expressiveness and energy of children’s art. The movement lasted through 1951 and grew to 60 associated painters, sculptors, and poets. This exhibition features sculpture, painting, and works on paper by four CoBrA artists: founding members Karel Appel and Cornelis Guillaume van Beverloo (known as Corneille), along with Pierre Alechinsky and Jean Lucebert

Information:

• Tue 4/16/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Ralph Steadman: A Retrospective

Art Show

Ralph Steadman is one of the world’s most acclaimed illustrators and visual storytellers. His work combines expressive lines and emphatic ink splatters, an immediately recognizable style that has spanned decades. Featuring more than 100 original artworks and prints from the past 65 years of Steadman’s career, this USA Retrospective examines the range of his projects in literature, theatre, television, and product design.

Information:

• Tue 4/16/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
• Wed 4/17/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

CoBrA: Hope After Destruction

Art Show

In the aftermath of the unprecedented devastation of World War II—a group of artists and poets came together with the intention of creating a movement that rejected European traditions in favor of something new, fresh, and spontaneous. They named themselves CoBrA, after the founders’ native cities: Copenhagen, Brussels, and Amsterdam. Their work was heavily influenced by the expressiveness and energy of children’s art. The movement lasted through 1951 and grew to 60 associated painters, sculptors, and poets. This exhibition features sculpture, painting, and works on paper by four CoBrA artists: founding members Karel Appel and Cornelis Guillaume van Beverloo (known as Corneille), along with Pierre Alechinsky and Jean Lucebert

Information:

• Wed 4/17/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Pushing the Envelope: Mail Art from the Archives of American Art

Art Show

In the 1960s, mail art became an artistic practice engaging an international network of artistic participants. With letters, postcards, and packages—as well as material that tested the limits of what could be posted—mail artists circumvented museums and commercial galleries, creatively sidestepping the art market and often eluding government censors. Examining how it has worked across divergent cultural circumstances—from McCarthy-era America, to Soviet Poland, to Chile under the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet—this exhibition engages issues of circulation, collaboration, and community in and among specific national contexts during the second half of the twentieth century.

Information:

• Wed 4/17/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
• Thu 4/18/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

CoBrA: Hope After Destruction

Art Show

In the aftermath of the unprecedented devastation of World War II—a group of artists and poets came together with the intention of creating a movement that rejected European traditions in favor of something new, fresh, and spontaneous. They named themselves CoBrA, after the founders’ native cities: Copenhagen, Brussels, and Amsterdam. Their work was heavily influenced by the expressiveness and energy of children’s art. The movement lasted through 1951 and grew to 60 associated painters, sculptors, and poets. This exhibition features sculpture, painting, and works on paper by four CoBrA artists: founding members Karel Appel and Cornelis Guillaume van Beverloo (known as Corneille), along with Pierre Alechinsky and Jean Lucebert

Information:

• Thu 4/18/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Ralph Steadman: A Retrospective

Art Show

Ralph Steadman is one of the world’s most acclaimed illustrators and visual storytellers. His work combines expressive lines and emphatic ink splatters, an immediately recognizable style that has spanned decades. Featuring more than 100 original artworks and prints from the past 65 years of Steadman’s career, this USA Retrospective examines the range of his projects in literature, theatre, television, and product design.

Information:

• Thu 4/18/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

CoBrA: Hope After Destruction

Art Show

In the aftermath of the unprecedented devastation of World War II—a group of artists and poets came together with the intention of creating a movement that rejected European traditions in favor of something new, fresh, and spontaneous. They named themselves CoBrA, after the founders’ native cities: Copenhagen, Brussels, and Amsterdam. Their work was heavily influenced by the expressiveness and energy of children’s art. The movement lasted through 1951 and grew to 60 associated painters, sculptors, and poets. This exhibition features sculpture, painting, and works on paper by four CoBrA artists: founding members Karel Appel and Cornelis Guillaume van Beverloo (known as Corneille), along with Pierre Alechinsky and Jean Lucebert

Information:

• Fri 4/19/19 at 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM

Ralph Steadman: A Retrospective

Art Show

Ralph Steadman is one of the world’s most acclaimed illustrators and visual storytellers. His work combines expressive lines and emphatic ink splatters, an immediately recognizable style that has spanned decades. Featuring more than 100 original artworks and prints from the past 65 years of Steadman’s career, this USA Retrospective examines the range of his projects in literature, theatre, television, and product design.

Information:

• Fri 4/19/19 at 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM

Pushing the Envelope: Mail Art from the Archives of American Art

Art Show

In the 1960s, mail art became an artistic practice engaging an international network of artistic participants. With letters, postcards, and packages—as well as material that tested the limits of what could be posted—mail artists circumvented museums and commercial galleries, creatively sidestepping the art market and often eluding government censors. Examining how it has worked across divergent cultural circumstances—from McCarthy-era America, to Soviet Poland, to Chile under the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet—this exhibition engages issues of circulation, collaboration, and community in and among specific national contexts during the second half of the twentieth century.

Information:

• Fri 4/19/19 at 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
• Sat 4/20/19 - Sun 4/21/19 at 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Ralph Steadman: A Retrospective

Art Show

Ralph Steadman is one of the world’s most acclaimed illustrators and visual storytellers. His work combines expressive lines and emphatic ink splatters, an immediately recognizable style that has spanned decades. Featuring more than 100 original artworks and prints from the past 65 years of Steadman’s career, this USA Retrospective examines the range of his projects in literature, theatre, television, and product design.

Information:

• Sat 4/20/19 - Sun 4/21/19 at 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM

CoBrA: Hope After Destruction

Art Show

In the aftermath of the unprecedented devastation of World War II—a group of artists and poets came together with the intention of creating a movement that rejected European traditions in favor of something new, fresh, and spontaneous. They named themselves CoBrA, after the founders’ native cities: Copenhagen, Brussels, and Amsterdam. Their work was heavily influenced by the expressiveness and energy of children’s art. The movement lasted through 1951 and grew to 60 associated painters, sculptors, and poets. This exhibition features sculpture, painting, and works on paper by four CoBrA artists: founding members Karel Appel and Cornelis Guillaume van Beverloo (known as Corneille), along with Pierre Alechinsky and Jean Lucebert

Information:

• Sat 4/20/19 - Sun 4/21/19 at 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Pushing the Envelope: Mail Art from the Archives of American Art

Art Show

In the 1960s, mail art became an artistic practice engaging an international network of artistic participants. With letters, postcards, and packages—as well as material that tested the limits of what could be posted—mail artists circumvented museums and commercial galleries, creatively sidestepping the art market and often eluding government censors. Examining how it has worked across divergent cultural circumstances—from McCarthy-era America, to Soviet Poland, to Chile under the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet—this exhibition engages issues of circulation, collaboration, and community in and among specific national contexts during the second half of the twentieth century.

Information:

• Tue 4/23/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Ralph Steadman: A Retrospective

Art Show

Ralph Steadman is one of the world’s most acclaimed illustrators and visual storytellers. His work combines expressive lines and emphatic ink splatters, an immediately recognizable style that has spanned decades. Featuring more than 100 original artworks and prints from the past 65 years of Steadman’s career, this USA Retrospective examines the range of his projects in literature, theatre, television, and product design.

Information:

• Tue 4/23/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

CoBrA: Hope After Destruction

Art Show

In the aftermath of the unprecedented devastation of World War II—a group of artists and poets came together with the intention of creating a movement that rejected European traditions in favor of something new, fresh, and spontaneous. They named themselves CoBrA, after the founders’ native cities: Copenhagen, Brussels, and Amsterdam. Their work was heavily influenced by the expressiveness and energy of children’s art. The movement lasted through 1951 and grew to 60 associated painters, sculptors, and poets. This exhibition features sculpture, painting, and works on paper by four CoBrA artists: founding members Karel Appel and Cornelis Guillaume van Beverloo (known as Corneille), along with Pierre Alechinsky and Jean Lucebert

Information:

• Tue 4/23/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
• Wed 4/24/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Ralph Steadman: A Retrospective

Art Show

Ralph Steadman is one of the world’s most acclaimed illustrators and visual storytellers. His work combines expressive lines and emphatic ink splatters, an immediately recognizable style that has spanned decades. Featuring more than 100 original artworks and prints from the past 65 years of Steadman’s career, this USA Retrospective examines the range of his projects in literature, theatre, television, and product design.

Information:

• Wed 4/24/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Pushing the Envelope: Mail Art from the Archives of American Art

Art Show

In the 1960s, mail art became an artistic practice engaging an international network of artistic participants. With letters, postcards, and packages—as well as material that tested the limits of what could be posted—mail artists circumvented museums and commercial galleries, creatively sidestepping the art market and often eluding government censors. Examining how it has worked across divergent cultural circumstances—from McCarthy-era America, to Soviet Poland, to Chile under the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet—this exhibition engages issues of circulation, collaboration, and community in and among specific national contexts during the second half of the twentieth century.

Information:

• Wed 4/24/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
• Thu 4/25/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Ralph Steadman: A Retrospective

Art Show

Ralph Steadman is one of the world’s most acclaimed illustrators and visual storytellers. His work combines expressive lines and emphatic ink splatters, an immediately recognizable style that has spanned decades. Featuring more than 100 original artworks and prints from the past 65 years of Steadman’s career, this USA Retrospective examines the range of his projects in literature, theatre, television, and product design.

Information:

• Thu 4/25/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

CoBrA: Hope After Destruction

Art Show

In the aftermath of the unprecedented devastation of World War II—a group of artists and poets came together with the intention of creating a movement that rejected European traditions in favor of something new, fresh, and spontaneous. They named themselves CoBrA, after the founders’ native cities: Copenhagen, Brussels, and Amsterdam. Their work was heavily influenced by the expressiveness and energy of children’s art. The movement lasted through 1951 and grew to 60 associated painters, sculptors, and poets. This exhibition features sculpture, painting, and works on paper by four CoBrA artists: founding members Karel Appel and Cornelis Guillaume van Beverloo (known as Corneille), along with Pierre Alechinsky and Jean Lucebert

Information:

• Thu 4/25/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
• Fri 4/26/19 at 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM

Ralph Steadman: A Retrospective

Art Show

Ralph Steadman is one of the world’s most acclaimed illustrators and visual storytellers. His work combines expressive lines and emphatic ink splatters, an immediately recognizable style that has spanned decades. Featuring more than 100 original artworks and prints from the past 65 years of Steadman’s career, this USA Retrospective examines the range of his projects in literature, theatre, television, and product design.

Information:

• Fri 4/26/19 at 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM

Pushing the Envelope: Mail Art from the Archives of American Art

Art Show

In the 1960s, mail art became an artistic practice engaging an international network of artistic participants. With letters, postcards, and packages—as well as material that tested the limits of what could be posted—mail artists circumvented museums and commercial galleries, creatively sidestepping the art market and often eluding government censors. Examining how it has worked across divergent cultural circumstances—from McCarthy-era America, to Soviet Poland, to Chile under the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet—this exhibition engages issues of circulation, collaboration, and community in and among specific national contexts during the second half of the twentieth century.

Information:

• Fri 4/26/19 at 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
• Sat 4/27/19 - Sun 4/28/19 at 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Ralph Steadman: A Retrospective

Art Show

Ralph Steadman is one of the world’s most acclaimed illustrators and visual storytellers. His work combines expressive lines and emphatic ink splatters, an immediately recognizable style that has spanned decades. Featuring more than 100 original artworks and prints from the past 65 years of Steadman’s career, this USA Retrospective examines the range of his projects in literature, theatre, television, and product design.

Information:

• Sat 4/27/19 - Sun 4/28/19 at 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM

CoBrA: Hope After Destruction

Art Show

In the aftermath of the unprecedented devastation of World War II—a group of artists and poets came together with the intention of creating a movement that rejected European traditions in favor of something new, fresh, and spontaneous. They named themselves CoBrA, after the founders’ native cities: Copenhagen, Brussels, and Amsterdam. Their work was heavily influenced by the expressiveness and energy of children’s art. The movement lasted through 1951 and grew to 60 associated painters, sculptors, and poets. This exhibition features sculpture, painting, and works on paper by four CoBrA artists: founding members Karel Appel and Cornelis Guillaume van Beverloo (known as Corneille), along with Pierre Alechinsky and Jean Lucebert

Information:

• Sat 4/27/19 - Sun 4/28/19 at 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Pushing the Envelope: Mail Art from the Archives of American Art

Art Show

In the 1960s, mail art became an artistic practice engaging an international network of artistic participants. With letters, postcards, and packages—as well as material that tested the limits of what could be posted—mail artists circumvented museums and commercial galleries, creatively sidestepping the art market and often eluding government censors. Examining how it has worked across divergent cultural circumstances—from McCarthy-era America, to Soviet Poland, to Chile under the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet—this exhibition engages issues of circulation, collaboration, and community in and among specific national contexts during the second half of the twentieth century.

Information:

• Tue 4/30/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

CoBrA: Hope After Destruction

Art Show

In the aftermath of the unprecedented devastation of World War II—a group of artists and poets came together with the intention of creating a movement that rejected European traditions in favor of something new, fresh, and spontaneous. They named themselves CoBrA, after the founders’ native cities: Copenhagen, Brussels, and Amsterdam. Their work was heavily influenced by the expressiveness and energy of children’s art. The movement lasted through 1951 and grew to 60 associated painters, sculptors, and poets. This exhibition features sculpture, painting, and works on paper by four CoBrA artists: founding members Karel Appel and Cornelis Guillaume van Beverloo (known as Corneille), along with Pierre Alechinsky and Jean Lucebert

Information:

• Tue 4/30/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Ralph Steadman: A Retrospective

Art Show

Ralph Steadman is one of the world’s most acclaimed illustrators and visual storytellers. His work combines expressive lines and emphatic ink splatters, an immediately recognizable style that has spanned decades. Featuring more than 100 original artworks and prints from the past 65 years of Steadman’s career, this USA Retrospective examines the range of his projects in literature, theatre, television, and product design.

Information:

• Tue 4/30/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
• Wed 5/1/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

CoBrA: Hope After Destruction

Art Show

In the aftermath of the unprecedented devastation of World War II—a group of artists and poets came together with the intention of creating a movement that rejected European traditions in favor of something new, fresh, and spontaneous. They named themselves CoBrA, after the founders’ native cities: Copenhagen, Brussels, and Amsterdam. Their work was heavily influenced by the expressiveness and energy of children’s art. The movement lasted through 1951 and grew to 60 associated painters, sculptors, and poets. This exhibition features sculpture, painting, and works on paper by four CoBrA artists: founding members Karel Appel and Cornelis Guillaume van Beverloo (known as Corneille), along with Pierre Alechinsky and Jean Lucebert

Information:

• Wed 5/1/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Pushing the Envelope: Mail Art from the Archives of American Art

Art Show

In the 1960s, mail art became an artistic practice engaging an international network of artistic participants. With letters, postcards, and packages—as well as material that tested the limits of what could be posted—mail artists circumvented museums and commercial galleries, creatively sidestepping the art market and often eluding government censors. Examining how it has worked across divergent cultural circumstances—from McCarthy-era America, to Soviet Poland, to Chile under the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet—this exhibition engages issues of circulation, collaboration, and community in and among specific national contexts during the second half of the twentieth century.

Information:

• Wed 5/1/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
• Thu 5/2/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

CoBrA: Hope After Destruction

Art Show

In the aftermath of the unprecedented devastation of World War II—a group of artists and poets came together with the intention of creating a movement that rejected European traditions in favor of something new, fresh, and spontaneous. They named themselves CoBrA, after the founders’ native cities: Copenhagen, Brussels, and Amsterdam. Their work was heavily influenced by the expressiveness and energy of children’s art. The movement lasted through 1951 and grew to 60 associated painters, sculptors, and poets. This exhibition features sculpture, painting, and works on paper by four CoBrA artists: founding members Karel Appel and Cornelis Guillaume van Beverloo (known as Corneille), along with Pierre Alechinsky and Jean Lucebert

Information:

• Thu 5/2/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Ralph Steadman: A Retrospective

Art Show

Ralph Steadman is one of the world’s most acclaimed illustrators and visual storytellers. His work combines expressive lines and emphatic ink splatters, an immediately recognizable style that has spanned decades. Featuring more than 100 original artworks and prints from the past 65 years of Steadman’s career, this USA Retrospective examines the range of his projects in literature, theatre, television, and product design.

Information:

• Thu 5/2/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

CoBrA: Hope After Destruction

Art Show

In the aftermath of the unprecedented devastation of World War II—a group of artists and poets came together with the intention of creating a movement that rejected European traditions in favor of something new, fresh, and spontaneous. They named themselves CoBrA, after the founders’ native cities: Copenhagen, Brussels, and Amsterdam. Their work was heavily influenced by the expressiveness and energy of children’s art. The movement lasted through 1951 and grew to 60 associated painters, sculptors, and poets. This exhibition features sculpture, painting, and works on paper by four CoBrA artists: founding members Karel Appel and Cornelis Guillaume van Beverloo (known as Corneille), along with Pierre Alechinsky and Jean Lucebert

Information:

• Fri 5/3/19 at 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM

Ralph Steadman: A Retrospective

Art Show

Ralph Steadman is one of the world’s most acclaimed illustrators and visual storytellers. His work combines expressive lines and emphatic ink splatters, an immediately recognizable style that has spanned decades. Featuring more than 100 original artworks and prints from the past 65 years of Steadman’s career, this USA Retrospective examines the range of his projects in literature, theatre, television, and product design.

Information:

• Fri 5/3/19 at 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM

Pushing the Envelope: Mail Art from the Archives of American Art

Art Show

In the 1960s, mail art became an artistic practice engaging an international network of artistic participants. With letters, postcards, and packages—as well as material that tested the limits of what could be posted—mail artists circumvented museums and commercial galleries, creatively sidestepping the art market and often eluding government censors. Examining how it has worked across divergent cultural circumstances—from McCarthy-era America, to Soviet Poland, to Chile under the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet—this exhibition engages issues of circulation, collaboration, and community in and among specific national contexts during the second half of the twentieth century.

Information:

• Fri 5/3/19 at 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
• Sat 5/4/19 - Sun 5/5/19 at 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Ralph Steadman: A Retrospective

Art Show

Ralph Steadman is one of the world’s most acclaimed illustrators and visual storytellers. His work combines expressive lines and emphatic ink splatters, an immediately recognizable style that has spanned decades. Featuring more than 100 original artworks and prints from the past 65 years of Steadman’s career, this USA Retrospective examines the range of his projects in literature, theatre, television, and product design.

Information:

• Sat 5/4/19 - Sun 5/5/19 at 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM

CoBrA: Hope After Destruction

Art Show

In the aftermath of the unprecedented devastation of World War II—a group of artists and poets came together with the intention of creating a movement that rejected European traditions in favor of something new, fresh, and spontaneous. They named themselves CoBrA, after the founders’ native cities: Copenhagen, Brussels, and Amsterdam. Their work was heavily influenced by the expressiveness and energy of children’s art. The movement lasted through 1951 and grew to 60 associated painters, sculptors, and poets. This exhibition features sculpture, painting, and works on paper by four CoBrA artists: founding members Karel Appel and Cornelis Guillaume van Beverloo (known as Corneille), along with Pierre Alechinsky and Jean Lucebert

Information:

• Sat 5/4/19 - Sun 5/5/19 at 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
• Tue 5/7/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
• Wed 5/8/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
• Thu 5/9/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
• Fri 5/10/19 at 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
• Sat 5/11/19 - Sun 5/12/19 at 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
• Tue 5/14/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
• Wed 5/15/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
• Thu 5/16/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
• Fri 5/17/19 at 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
• Sat 5/18/19 - Sun 5/19/19 at 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
• Tue 5/21/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
• Wed 5/22/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
• Thu 5/23/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
• Fri 5/24/19 at 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
• Sat 5/25/19 - Sun 5/26/19 at 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM
• Tue 5/28/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
• Wed 5/29/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
• Thu 5/30/19 at 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
• Fri 5/31/19 at 10:00 AM - 8:00 PM
• Sat 6/1/19 - Sun 6/2/19 at 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM