2007 Museum Calendar

American Representational Art Exhibitions

Hosted by Non-Profit Museums and Organizations



 

January

 
 
Albany (NY) Institute of History and Art
Albany, NY
518-463-4478
The World and Work of Paul Cushman, Albany Potter
January 20 through May 13,
 
 
American Folk Art Museum
New York, NY
212-265-1040
Martín Ramírez
January 23 through April 29
 
 
American Museum of Ceramic Art
Pomona, CA
909-865-3146
Rudy Autio: In the Round
January 13 through March 24
 
 
Arkansas Arts Center
Little Rock, AR
501-372-4000
Lines of Discovery: 225 Years of American Drawings
January 26 through April 1, 2007
 
 
Ashby-Hodge Museum of American Art
Central Methodist University
Fayette, MO
660-248-6304
The Still Lifes of Al Jackson
January 16 through May 3
 
 
Bergstrom-Mahler Museum
Neenah, WI
920-751-4670
Trompe L' Oeil: The Art of Illusion
January 1 through February 25
 
 
Blanden Memorial Art Museum
Fort Dodge, IA
515-573-2316
Stieglitz: Memorial Portfolio
January 12 through July 6
 
 
Bruce Museum
Greenwich, CT
203-869-0376
Painterly Controversy: William Merritt Chase and Robert Henri
January 27 through April 29
 
 
Cape Cod Museum of Art
Dennis, MA
508-385-4477
Rachel Kaufman
January 6 through February 4
 
 
Cedar Rapids Museum of Art
Cedar Rapids, IA
319-366-7503
Hidden Treasure: Original Children's Book Illustration from the Cedar Rapids Public Library
January 27 through May 13
 
 
Chazen Museum of Art
Madison, WI
608-263-2246
New York City Life, 1900-1945: Works on Paper by John Sloan and his Contemporaries
January 27 through March 25
 
 
Cornell Fine Arts Museum
Winter Park, FL
407-646-1526
CROSSING THE LINE: African American Artist in the Jacqueline Bradley and Clarence Otis, Jr. Collection
January 19 through April 22
 
 
Crocker Art Museum
Sacramento, CA
916-264-5423
Betye Saar: Extending the Frozen Moment
January 27 through April 29
 
 
Cummer Museum of Art & Gardens
Jacksonville, FL
904-356-6857
The Walter O. Evans Collection of African American Art
January 1 through April 30
 
 
de Saisset Museum at Santa Clara University
Santa Clara, CA
408-554-4528
Faith Placed: Spirituality and Location in Contemporary Art
January 13 through March 4
 
 
Desert Caballeros Western Museum
Wickenburg, AZ
928-684-2272
Grand!: The Art and Wonder of Arizona's Magnificent Canyon
January 13 through March 11
 
 
Dixon Gallery and Gardens
Memphis, TN
901-761-2409
Rivers, Sea and Shore: Reflections on Water
January 21 through April 8
 
 
Eiteljorg Museum
Indianapolis, IN
317-636-937
Roy Lichtenstein: American Indian Encounters
January 19 through April 18
 
 
Ellen Noël Art Museum
Odessa, TX
432-550-9696
Jaune-Quick-to-See-Smith: Painting Horses
January 6 through March 2
 
 
Flint Institute of Arts
Flint, MI
810-234-1695
David Driskell: Painting Across the Decade 1996-2006
January 27 through March 25
 
 
Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center
Poughkeepsie, NY
845-437-5632
For the People: American Mural Drawings of the 1930s and 1940s
January 12 through March 11
 
 
Frederick R. Weisman Museum of Art, Pepperdine University
Pepperdine University Center for the Arts
Malibu, CA
310-456-4851
Jim Dine: Some Drawings
January 6 through March 25
 
 
Harwood Museum of the University of New Mexico
Taos, NM
505-758-9826
Acts of Nature: Photographs by Zoë Zimmerman
January 12 through March 04
 
 
Hearst Art Gallery at Saint Mary's College
Moraga, CA
925-631-4379
Master Artist Tribute VII: Carlos Villa
January 13 through March 4
 
 
Hickory Museum of Art
Hickory, NC
828-327-8576
OUR EARTH AND BEYOND: Batiks by Mary Edna Fraser
January 27 through March 18
 
 
Holter Museum of Art
Helena, MT
406.442.6400
James Castle: From Icehouse to Early Attic: Art and Books
January 16 through April 22
Bill Stockton: The Uncommonness of Life
January 16 through April 22
 
 
Honolulu Academy of Arts
Honolulu, HI
808-532-8712
Don Dugal: Ascent and Descent
January 6 through February 3
 
 
Huntsville Museum of Art
Huntsville, AL
256-535-4350 or 800-786-9095
Encounters: Jim Collins
January 14 through March 18
 
 
Indiana University Art Museum
Bloomington, IN
812-855-5445
John J. Enneking: Early American Impressionist
January 27 through March 11
 
 
Intuit: The Center for Intuitive and Outsider Art
Chicago IL
312-243-9089
Ken Grimes: Elusive Messages
January 19 through April 27
 
 
Irvine Museum
Irvine, CA
949-476-2565
Peaceful Awakening: Spring in California
January 20 through May 12
 
 
Katonah Museum of Art
Katonah, NY
914-232-9555
Tools as Art: The Hechinger Collection
January through April
 
 
Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art
Kansas City, MO
816-753-5784
Everyday Delights: Prints by Wayne Thiebaud
January 29 through July 13
 
 
Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum
Wausau, WI
715-845-7010
Living with Art: Early American Modernism
January 27 through April 1
 
 
Maier Museum of Art
Lynchburg, VA
804-947-8136
Humor's Line
January 16 through April 22
 
 
Memorial Art Gallery of the University of Rochester
Rochester, NY
585-473-7720
Anxious Objects: Willie Cole's Favorite Brands
January 21 through March 11
 
 
Michener (James A.) Art Museum
Doylestown, PA
215-340-9800
Daniel Garber: Romantic Realist
January 28 through May 6
 
 
Mobile Museum of Art
Mobile, AL
334-208-5200
Howard Cook: Drawings of Alabama
January 12 through April 15
 
 
Morris Museum of Art
Augusta, Georgia
706-724-7501
Jacob Lawrence: The Frederick Douglass and Harriet Tubman Series of 1938-40
January 12 through February 25
 
 
Museum of Art and History, Santa Cruz
Santa Cruz, CA
831-429-1964
Nests: Sharon Loper
January 21 through April 1
 
 
Museum of Nebraska Art
Kearney, NE
308-865-8559
Heritage of Audubon: Today's Wildlife Artists
January 9 through May 6
Nebraska Now: Aaron Holz, Paintings
January 13 through April 8
 
 
Naples Museum of Art
Naples, FL
239-597-1900 or 800-597-1900
Impressions: Americans in France, 1860-1930
January 18 through May 13
 
 
National Gallery of Art
Washington, D.C.
202-737-4215
Jasper Johns: An Allegory of Painting, 1955-1965
January 28 through April 29
 
 
Neuberger Museum of Art
Purchase, NY
914-251-6100
Fugitive Artist: The Early Work of Richard Prince, 1974-77
January 28 through June 24
 
 
Nevada Museum of Art
Reno, NV
775-329-3333
Sized Up: The Art of Mary Chadwell
January 13 through February 18
 
 
Newport Art Museum
Newport, RI
401-848-8200
Paper, Knife and Board: Fifty Years of Woodcuts by Ilse Buchert Nesbitt
January 27 through March 25
 
 
Norman Rockwell Museum
Stockbridge, MA
413-298-4100
Picturing Health: Norman Rockwell and the Art of Illustration
January 27 through May 28
 
 
Orange County Museum of Art
Newport Beach, CA
949-759-1122
Chuck Close Prints: Process and Collaboration
January 28 through April 22
 
 
Palmer Museum of Art
University Park, PA
814-865-7672
Family Legacies: The Art of Betye, Lezley and Alison Saar
January 30 through April 22, 2007
 
 
Pasadena Museum of California Art
Pasadena, CA
626-568-3665
Dark Metropolis: Irving Norman's Social Surrealism
January 21 through April 15
 
 
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
Philadelphia, PA
215-972-7600
Daniel Garber: Romantic Realist
January 27 through April 8
 
 
Philbrook Museum of Art
Tulsa, OK
800-324-7941 918-749-7941
Changing Hands: Art Without Reservation 2 Contemporary Native North American Art from the West, Northwest and Pacific
January 28 through April
 
 
Reynolda House Museum of American Art
Winston-Salem, NC
336-725-5325
Grandma Moses: Grandmother to the Nation
January 27 through April 22
 
 
Reynolds Gallery
Westmont College
Santa Barbara, CA
805-565-6162
Harry Carmean: The Figurative Tradition
January 18 through March 9
 
 
Richard L. Nelson Gallery & The Fine Arts Collection
UC Davis, Davis, CA
530-752-8500
World Premiere Exhibition of the Ruesch Collection of Whistler Prints
January 11 through March 18
 
 
Richmond Art Museum
Richmond, IN
765-966-0256
River Odyssey: Two Artists Follow the Wabash
January 18 through February 25
 
 
San Diego Museum of Art
San Diego, CA
619-232-7931
Jasper Johns' Green Angel: The Making of a Print
January 13 through March 18
 
 
Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art
Scottsdale, AZ
480-994-2787
Celebrating Freedom: The Art of Willie Birch
January 20 through April 29
 
 
Snite Museum of Art
University of Notre Dame
Notre Dame, IN
219-631-5466
WORKS ON PAPER BY AFRICAN-AMERICAN ARTISTS
January 14 through February 25
 
 
Springfield Museums
Springfield, MA
413-263-6800
Liberty & Justice: American Ideals Portrayed by Currier & Ives
January 7 through July 8
 
 
Tampa Museum of Art
Tampa, FL
813-274-8130
Frederic Church, Winslow Homer, and Thomas Moran: Tourism and the American Landscape
January 6 through April 1
 
 
Toledo Museum of Art
Toledo, OH
419-255-8000 or or 800-644-6862
Jacob Lawrence
January 26 through April 14
 
 
Tweed Museum of Art
University of Minnesota Duluth
Duluth, MN
218-726-8222
Of Thee I See: Max-Carlos Martinez, Paintings, 1994 ­ 2006
January 20 through March 18
 
 
UBS Art Gallery
New York, NY
212-713-2885
Gifts of the Forest, Native Traditions in Wood and Bark
January 25 through April 27
 
 
Walter Anderson Museum of Art
Ocean Springs, MS
228-872-3164
The Brooks Exhibit
January 18 through May 6
 
 
West Bend Art Museum
West Bend, WI
262-334-9638
Midwestern Virtues: A Robert Von Neumann Retrospective
Januay 14 - March 25
 
 
Wildling Museum
Los Olivos, CA
805-688-1082
Painters of the Desert: The Arid Southwest
January 17 through March 25
 
 
Williams College Museum of Art
Williamstown, MA
413-597-2429
Carrie Mae Weems: The Hampton Project
January 13 through April 29
 

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What is included

These calendars reference exhibitions devoted primarily to American representational art. Not all exhibitions submitted to TFAO are included in calendars. Group exhibitions of artist organizations, faculties and students at museums or art centers and those not deemed to be balanced in favor of American representational art are excluded. Revisions of dates are accepted and encouraged in order for calendars to be as accurate as possible. Exhibition dates may and do change without notice. The deadline for inclusion in a current monthly calendar is the first day of that month.

 

How TFAO updates calendars

Future calendars are updated in two ways:

Systematically:

Twice or more yearly, TFAO volunteers use the calendar update schedule as a resource to search for future exhibits: A-C D-G H-L M-Q R-S T-Z

Occasionally:

Future calendars are updated on a continuous basis as information is received from institutional non-profit sources.

 

How TFAO uses calendars for future exhibitions

During the month in which exhibitions open, TFAO sends inquiries to institutional non-profit sources for texts and images for inclusion in its publication Resource Library.

For the current month inquiries have been made through Williams College Museum of Art.

 

Please verify dates with sponsoring institutions before visiting exhibitions.

If you are touring, you will find American representational art venues to visit in Sources of News Articles Indexed by State within the United States.


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