South Florida Museums
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NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale
Virtual Tours exploring Happy! and I Paint My Reality in this link: https://nsuartmuseum.org/exhibitions/currently-on-view/
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Enjoy Art historian Rocky Ruggiero Lecture: Mona Lisa’s Smile: Representation of Emotion in Italian Renaissance, here:
Through Fall 2020:
Curated by Bonnie Clearwater, Director, and Chief Curator.
Contemporary works produced by artists who aim to engage the viewer emotionally. As in life, sorrow and happiness are intertwined in their works. Happy! includes works by Cory Arcangel, Francesco Clemente, Tracey Emin, Christina Forrer, FriendsWithYou, Félix González-Torres, Adler Guerrier, Keith Haring, KAWS, Ragnar Kjartansson, Susan Te Kahurangi King, Jeff Koons, Yayoi Kusama, Takashi Murakami, Ernesto Neto, Yoko Ono, Jorge Pantoja, Enoc Perez, Esther Phillips, Fernand Pierre, Richard Prince, Rob Pruitt, Mark Rothko, Frances Trombly, Andy Warhol, and others.
Transitions and Transformations
Curated by NSU Art Museum Director and Chief Curator Bonnie Clearwater.
Transitions and Transformations transform Remember to React, the previous installation of NSU Art Museum’s collection, with the addition of new acquisitions, other works from the collection and works on loan to the Museum. The exhibition will continue to change over the course of the year as works are added and removed. Artworks from the collection include those by Yoko Ono, Cecily Brown, Frances Trombly, Elaine de Kooning, Teresita Fernandez, Glenn Ligon, Cindy Sherman, among others.
Through Spring 2021:
I Paint My Reality: Surrealism in Latin America.
Curated by Bonnie Clearwater, Director and Chief Curator.
Works by Leonora Carrington, Frida Kahlo, Wifredo Lam, Roberto Matta, Remedios Varo and others.
William J. Glackens: From Pencil to Paint.
Curated by Barbara Buhler Lynes, NSU Art Museum Fort Lauderdale, Sunny Kaufman Senior Curator
This exhibition features over 100 of the artist’s works from the 1890s – 1930s and highlights Glackens’ roles as illustrator and painter. By presenting drawings from the beginning to end of his career, and juxtaposing them with specific paintings for which they were made, the exhibition sheds new light on Glackens’ lifelong commitment to the field in which he first excelled.