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  1. Racine Art Museum in The Journal Times

    Lost at Sea Edouard Duval-Carrié

    RACINE — Blurry Boundaries: Contemporary Artists, Imagination, and the Spaces Between will be on exhibit through Aug. 27 at the Racine Art Museum. This contemporary art exhibit will feature works made from a variety of materials that address the ambiguous connection between reality and imagination. While primarily drawn from RAM’s collection, the exhibition also spotlights loaned work from Wisconsin-based Yeonhee Cheong and Illinois-based Paul Andrew Wandless. Additionally, the loan of Lost at Sea by Edouard Duval-Carrié represents a newly formed partnership between RAM and Art Bridges, a foundation dedicated to expanding access to American art across the nation. Read the Article

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  2. MFA Boston, Munson-Williams Museum and ABI in Rome Sentinel

    Allan Rohan Crete And the Lord Said

    And The Lord Said, Allan Rohan Crite, 1934, oil on canvas.

    Unchained: Allan Rohan Crite, Spirituality and Black Activism is on view at the Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute Museum of Art, Feb. 20 to May 8 — the first exhibition to explore the spiritual art of Crite, reflecting the African American quest for racial justice in the years leading up to the Civil Rights Movement. The exhibition brings together more than 60 of the artist’s paintings, watercolors and works on paper which reveal the connections between Crite’s (1910–2007) art and faith. It’s one in a series of American art exhibitions created through a multi-year, multi-institutional partnership formed by the Museum of Fine...

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  3. Palmer Museum of Art and ABI in ARTFIXdaily

    Palmer Museum of Art

    A captivating new exhibition at the Palmer Museum of Art at Penn State considers how some of the most provocative midcentury artists made the leap from figuration to abstraction. “A Way Through: Abstract Art of the 1940s is the most comprehensive look at mid-century abstraction in the Museum’s history,” said Palmer Museum of Art director Erin M. Coe. The exhibition is one in a series of American art exhibitions created through a multi-year, multi-institutional partnership formed by the Philadelphia Museum of Art as part of the Art Bridges Initiative. Read the Article

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  4. MFA, St. Petersburg in Creative Loafing Tampa

    Hughie Lee Smith The Walls

    The Museum of Fine Arts St. Petersburg is ringing in the new year with brand new artistic experiences for its community. In conjunction with the Art Bridges Foundation, the museum is welcoming interactive opportunities to immerse St. Pete and art lovers abroad in events centered around various disciplines of the arts, weaving together music, theater, prints and more. Read the Article

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  5. Canton Art Museum in The Repository

    Pop at Canton Museum of Art

    “Marvelocity: The Art of Alex Ross” is the centerpiece of the Canton Museum of Art’s winter exhibition. Featured artwork also includes “Tom Franco and The Ice-Creams: Beyond Struggle, When the Future Hello Meets identities Deep Roots,” as well as “POP!” “POP!” features pieces from the Canton Museum of Art’s collection and those of private lenders in Ohio, as well as from the collection of the Arkansas-based Art Bridges Foundation. Read the Article

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  6. Delaware Art Museum in ArtNet News

    Installation image of Picturing America

    Installation image of Picturing America (American Art through 1900), 2021. Photograph © Delaware Art Museum. Photo: S. Woodloe for Delaware Art Museum.

    As a tidal wave of racial reckoning has forced the museum industry to confront its dismal record on diversity, curators of American art are beginning to reassess galleries devoted almost exclusively to Hudson Valley landscapes and Rococo portraits by dead white men. With the aid of curators and artists from Native American backgrounds, curators across the U.S. are broadening narratives, questioning stereotypes, and collapsing categories. Inside the Delaware Art Museum, conversations about a gradual reboot of the American galleries began in 2017, according to Heather Coyle, the institution’s chief curator and curator of American art. Read the Article

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