Recent acquisitions by the Cleveland Museum of Art include ‘Why Born Enslaved!’ a masterpiece by Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux.
The New Orleans Museum of Art has acquired Crocodylus, a sculpture by Kenyan-American artist Wangechi Mutu.
The National Gallery of Art has acquired works from Melvin Edwards Lynch Fragments series responding to race, labor, and oppression.
Kimbell Art Museum Modigliani loans finds three works by Italian artist Amedeo Modigliani on view in the galleries as “guests of honor.”
The Morris Museum in Morristown, NJ presents a fiber sculpture installation by Erik Bergrin which will be on view from January 28 – July 10.
See John Buck Prints and Sculpture from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation in Indianapolis.
Pace will display Jeff Koons’ ‘Balloon Venus Hohlen Fels (Magenta)’ at its Palm Beach gallery, the first time it will be exhibited publicly.
John Beadle sculpture combines natural and manufactured materials to create pieces that reference and warp their original forms.
Elizabeth Catlett ‘Homage to Black Women Poets’ (1984, mahogany) depicts a resolute Black woman, fist raised triumphantly skyward.
The Studio Museum in Harlem is bringing Thomas J. Price ‘The Distance Within’ sculpture to Marcus Garvey Park.
Sylva, North Carolina will become the temporary home of a 9-foot bronze Harriet Tubman sculpture titled ‘The Journey to Freedom.’