March, 2018 National Calendar of Art Exhibitions

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



 

Excellent art is food for the soul.

Enjoy a satisfying meal

at a museum near you.

 

 

 

Albrecht-Kemper Museum of Art

Armin Muhsam 

March 23 though June 10

5/5/18 researched

 

Beall Center for Art + Technology

It Passes like a Thought

March 3 through May 26

5/5/18 see coverage at Birds in American Art

 

Birmingham Museum of Art

Magic City Realism: Richard Coe's Birmingham

March 24 through June 17

5/5/18 see coverage at Alabama Art History

 

Contemporary Jewish Museum

The Art of Rube Goldberg

March 15 through July 8

5/5/18 see coverage at  Retrospective Exhibits

 

Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco / de Young Museum

Cult of the Machine

March 24 through August 12

5/5/18 see coverage at Precisionism

 

Honolulu Museum of Art

Shadow Play: Mezzotints by Dodie Warren

March 29 through June 24

5/5/18 see coverage at Mezzotint

 

International Quilt Study Center at the University of Nebraska--Lincoln

Molly Anderson: Intricate Embellishment

March 21 through July 29

5/5/18 researched

 

Michener (James A.) Art Museum

Rae Sloan Bredin: Harmony and Power

March 24 through July 15

5/5/18 see coverage at Pennsylvania Art History

 

Milwaukee Art Museum

Coming Away: Winslow Homer and England

March 1 through May 20

5/5/18 see coverage at American Artists Abroad

 

Monterey Museum of Art

Beth Van Hoesen: Still Life

March 15 through April 29

5/5/18 see coverage at  Still Life Art: 20-21st Century

 

Monterey Museum of Art

Into the Light: California Women Painters

March 15 through December 17

5/5/18 researched

 

Museum of Northwest Art

Robert McCauley: American Fiction

March 31 through June 10

5/5/18 see coverage at Northwest Art: 19th-21st Century

National Gallery of Art

Sally Mann: A Thousand Crossings

March 4 through May 28

5/5/18 see coverage at American Southern and Southeast photography

 

Newark Museum

The Rockies and the Alps

March 24 through August 19

5/5/18 see coverage at Southwest Painting and Sculpture: 19th-21st Century

 

New Britain Museum of American Art

American Post-Impressionists: Maurice & Charles Prendergast

March 9 through June 10

5/5/18 see coverage at Modernism

 

Noyes Museum of Art

Mina Cheon

March 17 through June 24

5/5/18 see coverage at Political Art

 

Orlando Museum of Art

Enduring Beauty: Two Centuries of Seminole Art

March 30 through July 8

5/5/18 see coverage at Florida Art History

 

Peabody Essex Museum

T.C. Cannon: At the Edge of America

March 3 through June 10

5/5/18 see coverage at Native American Art

 

Polk Museum of Art

The Coast of Genoa by Francis Cropsey

March 10 through May 20

5/5/18 see coverage at American Artists Abroad

 

Polk Museum of Art

Double Vision: Photocentric Paintings by Richard Heipp

March 10 through May 20

5/5/18 see coverage at Hyperrealism

 

Smith College Museum of Art

Flowering Stars: Prints by Dwight Pogue

April 13 through August 19

5/5/18 researched

 

Spencer Museum of Art / University of Kansas

Big Botany: Conversations with the Plant World

March 17 through July 15

5/5/18 see coverage at Botanical Artists

 

Tucson Museum of Art

The West Observed: The Art of Howard Post

March 3 through June 24

5/5/18 see coverage at Western Genre Art, 19th-21st Century

 

Vanderbilt University Fine Arts Gallery

America Creative: Portraits by Everett Raymond Kinstler

March 22 through May 25

5/5/18 see coverage at  Portrait and Figurative Art: 20-21st Century

 

Whitney Museum of American Art

Grant Wood: American Gothic and Other Fables

March 2 through June 10

5/5/18 see coverage at Midwest Art: 20-21st Century

 

Yale University Art Gallery

Manuel Neri: The Human Figure in Plaster and on Paper

March 2 through July 8

5/5/18 see coverage at California Artists: 19th-21st Century

 

Yellowstone Art Museum

emil carlsen's quiet harmonies

March 22 through July 8

5/5/18 see coverage at Impressionism


Please also see:

 
What is included in the calendars
 
How to make the most of your visit to an exhibition
 
How TFAO updates calendars
 
How TFAO uses the National Calendar of Art Exhibitions
 

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