November and December, 2017 National Calendar of Art Exhibitions

American Representational Art Exhibitions Hosted by Art Museums and Other Non-Profit Organizations


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Albuquerque Museum

Art of Politics

November 11 through April 8



Allentown Art Museum

New Geography: Photographs by Marilyn Bridges

November 22 through March 18



Blowing Rock Museum

Comic Stripped: A Revealing Look at Southern Stereotypes in Cartoons

November 11 through March 17



Cantor Arts Center

About Face: Intimacy and Abstraction in Photographic Portraits

November 1 through March 4



Cranbrook Art Museum

Keith Haring: The End of the Line

November 17 through March 11


Crisp Museum

Caroline Kahler: Compelled to Make, A Retrospective 1980-2017

November 3 through January 28



David Winton Bell Gallery

Melvin Edwards | Festivals, Funerals, and New Life

November 11 through February 11



Eide-Dalrymple Gallery

Dark to Light - A New Journey: Richard Krueger

November 27 through December 15



Greenville County Museum of Art

Impressionism and the South

November 8 through September 16



Greenville County Museum of Art

Sidney Dickinson: A Connecticut Yankee in King Cotton's Court

November 8 through September 16



Hallie Ford Museum of Art at Willamette University

nic & sloy: side by side

November 4 through January 28

Harn Museum of Art

VAST: Sea Salt Sand Sky - Photographs by Joni Sternbach

November 21 through April 24



Harwood Museum of the University of New Mexico

Anais Rumfelt: 108 Crows

November 1 through November 26



Harwood Museum of the University of New Mexico

Meredith Garcia: Stone Free

November 29 through January 2



Hyde Park Art Center


November 5 through April 8



Mattatuck Museum

Jane Peterson: At Home and Abroad

November 19 through January 28



Minneapolis Institute of Arts

American Modernism: Selections from the Kunin Collection

November 9 through October 14



Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth

Katherine Bradford

November 4 through January 14



National Center for Children's Illustrated Literature

Some Illustrator! Pictures by Melissa Sweet

November 9 through January 27



Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art

Fine Lines: Whistler and the American Etching Revival

November 29 through May 27



Newark Museum

REPERTOIRE by Molly Hatch 

November 4 through ?



Norman Rockwell Museum

Never Abandon Imagination: The Fantastical Art of Tony DiTerlizzi

November 11 through May 28



Noyes Museum of Art

Photography by Kevin Husta

November 2 through January 28



Ohr O'Keefe Museum of Art

Paul Andrew Wandless: Stories, Myths & Musings

November 7 through March 10



Palm Springs Art Museum

Bob Van Breda: Lost and Found

November 3 through January 28



Philadelphia Art Alliance

Bedazzling: The Artistic Inventions of Vaughn Stubbs

November 30 through January 7



Portland Art Museum - Oregon

CCNA: Interwoven Radiance

November 10 through June 24



Smithsonian American Art Museum

Tamayo: The New York Years

November 3 through March 18



Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery

The Sweat of Their Face: Portraying American Workers

November 3 through September 3



Susquehanna Art Museum

Memory and Invention: Robert Andriulli

November 10 through February 11



Turchin Center for the Visual Arts at Appalachian State University

Forest Light: Adele Wayman

November 3 through February 3



University Galleries at William Paterson University

Breaking Bread: Food Rituals in Contemporary Art

November 1 through December 13



Whitney Museum of American Art

Laura Owens

November 10 through February 4



Wichita Art Museum

Surveillance: Who is Watching You? Photographs from The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art

November 11 through February 11



Worcester Art Museum

Coming Away: Winslow Homer and England

November 11 through February 4




Academy Art Museum 

Beth van Hoesen: Prints: Selections from the Academy Art Museum Collection

December 2 through March 4



Burchfield - Penney Art Center

Charles E. Burchfield: The Ohio Years 1893-1921

December 8 through March 24



Burchfield - Penney Art Center

Angels and Demons: Works on Paper by David Schirm

December 8 through March 31



Colby College Museum of Art

Game Time: The Sports Photography of Walter Iooss

December 7 through June 24



Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center / Taylor Museum

Adolf Dehn and the American Land

December 9 through March 18

Coral Springs Museum of Art

Luis Castaneda

December 2 through March 3



Erie Art Museum

Daniel Burke: Callings

December 1 through April 8, 2018



Frederick R. Weisman Museum of Art at University of Minnesota

Prince from Minneapolis 

December 9 through June 17



Haggin Museum

American Impressionism: The Lure of the Artists' Colony

December 7 through March 4



Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum

Wild Fabrications

December 2 through February 25



Lyman Allyn Art Museum

On Another Note: The Intersection of Art and Music

December 2 through March 11



Mississippi Museum of Art

Picturing Mississippi, 1817-2017: Land of Plenty, Pain, and Promise

December 9 through July 8



Peabody Essex Museum

Georgia O'Keeffe: Art, Image, Style

December 16 through April 1



Phoenix Art Museum

The Logic of the Copy Photomechanical Printmaking from the Center for Creative Photography

December 2 through April 22



Portland Art Museum - Oregon

In the Beginning - Minor White's Oregon Photographs

December 9 through May 6



South Dakota Art Museum 

Steve Bormes: Deep Sea Imaginarium

December 5 through April 7



Western Colorado Center for the Arts

Relatively: Michail Krasnow Retrospective

December 1 through January 20


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