Museum Monday: Opening today at The Metropolitan Museum of Art is Lucas Samaras: Offerings from a Restless Soul, an exhibition of over 60 works by Lucas Samaras. Organized by Marla Prather, Curator in the Department of Modern and Contemporary Art, the retrospective will be on view through June 1st, 2014.
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Museum Monday: ”Chuck Close: Works on Paper,” an exhibition at the Oklahoma City Museum of Art, showcases Close works from the collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and his Family Foundation. Don’t miss out—the show is on view through this Sunday, February 16.
Photograph by Austian Kennedy, courtesy Pace Prints.
Museum Monday: Don’t miss “Aisthesis: The Origin of Sensations,” an exhibition of work by Robert Irwin and James Turrell at Villa Panza in Varese, Italy. Turrell’s Ganzfeld, pictured above, immerses viewers in an illusion of light that distorts their depth perception.
Organized by Fondo Ambiente Italiano and LACMA, the exhibition is on view through February 11th. You can also see Turrell’s installations at “James Turrell: Recent Works,” on view at Pace London from February 7 through April 5.
Image by independent curator and art critic Sara Luizzi.
Museum Mondays: Scheduled to open in the spring of 2016, Hiroshi Sugimoto is currently building a museum of his own design named the Odawara Art Foundation. To learn more, read the Wall Street Journal's recent article.
Museum Mondays: “Her Story”: Prints by Elizabeth Murray, 1986–2006 opens this Wednesday, January 22, at the Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University, California.
The works on view are three-dimensional lithographs from the collection of Murray-Holman Family Trust, originally published by Universal Limited Art Editions. Image © The Murray-Holman Family Trust/ Universal Limited Art Editions.
Museum Mondays: The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Ink Art: Past as a Present in Contemporary China opens this Wednesday, December 11th. The exhibit will feature thirty-five Chinese artists, including Zhang Huan and it’ll be on view through April 6, 2014.
Museum Mondays: The Noguchi Museum is a great destination to learn and discover more about the work and life of this great artist.
Photograph of Isamu Noguchi in Japan, ca. 1970s. Unknown photographer.
The Noguchi Museum Archive
© 2013 David Hockney
Museum Mondays: The Walker Art Center in Minneapolis presents Claes Oldenburg: The Sixties, the largest exhibition of the artist’s ground-breaking works of the 1960s organized to date. This is the last venue of an international five-museum tour and is something not to be missed!
© James Turrell. Installation view: James Turrell, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, June 21–September 25, 2013. Photo: Kristopher McKay © Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, New York
Museum Mondays: Opening this Saturday, August 10th, Guild Hall in East Hampton will present an exhibition of recent paintings, prints and tapestries by Chuck Close. This is the artist’s first exhibition at Guild Hall in over two decades, and will be on view through October 14th, 2013.
Photo: Courtesy Magnolia Editions and Pace Gallery
Museum Mondays: We hope you had a Happy 4th of July weekend! In case you haven’t had your fill on burgers we suggest visiting Claes Oldenburg's “Floor Burger” in MoMA's current exhibit Claes Oldenburg: The Street and The Store on view now until August 5th, 2013.
Museum Mondays: James Turrell's retrospective is now open at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, the Museum of Fine Arts Houston, and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum all summer long!
Los Angeles County Museum of Art © James Turrell © Florian Holzherr
Museum Mondays: Save the date for Guggenheim's private opening of James Turrell this Friday, June 21st. In the meantime read up Vulture’s latest article of James Turrell’s Hallucinatory Guggenheim Transformation.
Museum Monday: The Fondazione Roma Museo presents an exhibition of 70 works by Louise Nevelson, spanning across six decades during which Nevelson was active. Louise Nevelson is on view through July 21. For more information on the Fondazione Roma Museo’s website, please click here.