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The Bowdoin College Museum of Art in Brunswick, Maine, opened today what looks like a very cool exhibit of avant-garde art inspired by science fiction, the 'Space Race,' and Cold War-era technology. Past Futures: Science Fiction, Space Travel, and Postwar Art of the Americas shows 60 artworks in a range of
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Kansas City, MO. July 22, 2014—Two series of extremely rare

Bentonville, AR—A temporary exhibition featuring 101 art works by American and European Modernists, as well as African art, opens Nov. 9 at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art. The exhibition, titled The Artists’ Eye: Georgia O’Keeffe and the Alfred Stieglitz Collection, includes works from the collection of photographer and gallery owner Alfred Stieglitz, and features the artists

New York, NY, September 2013—The eighteenth century witnessed Venice’s second Golden Age. Although the city was no longer a major political power, it reemerged as an artistic capital, with such gifted artists as Giambattista Tiepolo, his son Domenico, Canaletto, and members of the Guardi family executing important commissions from the church, nobility, and bourgeoisie, while catering to

BENTONVILLE, AR — Two temporary exhibitions opening on June 29 at Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art will feature different subjects and eras in American history, yet both shed light on important time periods that changed the way Americans viewed themselves and their futures. Both exhibitions will be on view through Sept. 28.

Angels & Tomboys: Girlhood in 19th

Washington, D.C.—This summer, The Phillips Collection features 44 sumptuous canvases by the great French cubist master Georges Braque (1882-1963), along with related objects, from the tumultuous years leading up to and through World War II, a time of great experimentation for the artist. The exhibition reveals insights into his creative process at a time when he used the motif of still life as

(Amherst, MA) May 2013 — The Pigeon may not be able to drive the bus, or stay up late, or keep his own hot dog—but this June he gets to star with other familiar friends in his very own exhibition, Seriously Silly: A Decade of Art & Whimsy by Mo Willems. The retrospective will be on view from June 22 through February 23, 2014 at The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art in Amherst,

Washington, DC—The National Gallery of Art marks the 150th anniversary of the birth of Edvard Munch, Norway’s most famed painter and printmaker, with an exhibition of more than 20 renowned works from the Gallery’s collection. On view from May 19 through July 28, 2013, on the Ground Floor of the West Building, Edvard Munch: A 150th Anniversary Tribute includes Geschrei (