Category Archives: Museums

Elaine S. Wilson | Hatcher Graduate Library | University of Michigan

ELAINE S WILSON: CHARTING THE WOLVERINE

ELAINE S WILSON: CHARTING THE WOLVERINE Stephen S. Clark Library, Hatcher Graduate Library, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI January 15 through May, 2015 In this exhibition Washington DC artist Elaine S Wilson has charted the Wolverine with drawings, watercolors

Elaine S. Wilson | Hatcher Graduate Library | University of Michigan

ELAINE S WILSON: CHARTING THE WOLVERINE

ELAINE S WILSON: CHARTING THE WOLVERINE Stephen S. Clark Library, Hatcher Graduate Library, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI January 15 through May, 2015 In this exhibition Washington DC artist Elaine S Wilson has charted the Wolverine with drawings, watercolors

Phyllis Plattner at American University Museum

Phyllis Plattner: Gods of War!

Phyllis Plattner: Gods of War! American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center Washington DC January 24 through March 15, 2015 Some wage war in the name of God. All fight with the belief that God is on their side.

Phyllis Plattner at American University Museum

Phyllis Plattner: Gods of War!

Phyllis Plattner: Gods of War! American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center Washington DC January 24 through March 15, 2015 Some wage war in the name of God. All fight with the belief that God is on their side.

Ryan Hackett

Beyond Human: Artist-Animal Collaborations

Ryan Hackett’s work is included in Beyond Human at the Peabody Essex Museum, MA now through September 7, 2014. Beyond Human: Artist–Animal Collaborations features nearly 40 paintings, installations, photographs and audio and video recordings by artists who co-create or investigate art

Ryan Hackett

Beyond Human: Artist-Animal Collaborations

Ryan Hackett’s work is included in Beyond Human at the Peabody Essex Museum, MA now through September 7, 2014. Beyond Human: Artist–Animal Collaborations features nearly 40 paintings, installations, photographs and audio and video recordings by artists who co-create or investigate art

Nan Montgomery

Flora at the Brattleboro Museum & Art Center

Nan Montgomery’s work is included in “Flora” an exhibition running 3.15.14 – 6.22.14 at the Brattleboro Museum & Art Center, VT. Flora: A Celebration of Flowers in Contemporary Art explores our physical and metaphorical relationship with flowers and examines the

Nan Montgomery

Flora at the Brattleboro Museum & Art Center

Nan Montgomery’s work is included in “Flora” an exhibition running 3.15.14 – 6.22.14 at the Brattleboro Museum & Art Center, VT. Flora: A Celebration of Flowers in Contemporary Art explores our physical and metaphorical relationship with flowers and examines the

Then and Now

In the 1960’s there were no art fairs, today there are approximately 600 contemporary art galleries who are participating in Armory Week in the various art fairs and events taking place in New York City this, the second week in

Then and Now

In the 1960’s there were no art fairs, today there are approximately 600 contemporary art galleries who are participating in Armory Week in the various art fairs and events taking place in New York City this, the second week in

Art Dealers Association of Greater Washington

ANNOUNCING: ON COLLECTING FINE ART A series of seminars sponsored by the Art Dealers Association of Greater Washington and the American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center. On Collecting Fine Art will coincide with the Katzen Arts Center exhibition

Art Dealers Association of Greater Washington

ANNOUNCING: ON COLLECTING FINE ART A series of seminars sponsored by the Art Dealers Association of Greater Washington and the American University Museum at the Katzen Arts Center. On Collecting Fine Art will coincide with the Katzen Arts Center exhibition

The Phillips Collection’s 1960 Annex

The Phillips Collection runs a smart, sweet blog called Experiment Station. I love this photo they posted last week of their old building on 21st Street. I look at the Phillips everyday when I walk up to the Jane Haslem

The Phillips Collection’s 1960 Annex

The Phillips Collection runs a smart, sweet blog called Experiment Station. I love this photo they posted last week of their old building on 21st Street. I look at the Phillips everyday when I walk up to the Jane Haslem