2011 National Calendar of Exhibitions

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



 


 

February

 

 

Boston Athenæum
Elegant Enigmas: The Art of Edward Gorey *
February 9 through June 3
 
 
Carnegie Museum of Art
Andrey Avinoff: In Pursuit of Beauty *
February 26 through June 5
 
 
Flint Institute of Arts
Promises of Freedom: Selections from the Arthur Primas Collection *
February 27 through April 17
 
 
Florence Griswold Museum
Inspiration and Impact: The Legacy of the Harford Steam Boiler Collection *
February 12 through June 26
 
 
Heard Museum
A TURNING POINT: NAVAJO WEAVING IN THE LATE 20th CENTURY *
February 5 through May 22
 
 
Hope Horn Gallery
An Ideal Subject: The Art of Jennie Brownscombe *
February 4 through March 18, 2011
 
 
Huntsville Museum of Art
Helen Turner: The Woman's Point of View *
February 13 through May 8
 
 
Montclair Art Museum
Will Barnet: A Centennial Celebration *
February 4 through July 17
 
 
Newark Museum
Posing Beauty: African American Images from the 1890s to the Present *
February 2 through April 28
 
 
Palmer Museum of Art
John Rogers: American Stories **
February 22 through May 15
 
 
Philadelphia Museum of Art
George Inness in Italy *
February 19 through May 1
 
 
Phillips Collection
Philip Guston, Roma *
February 12 through May 15
 
 
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
Helios: Eadweard Muybridge in a Time of Change *
February 26 through June 7
 
 
South Carolina State Museum
Uncommon Folk: Folk Art from the South Carolina State Museum Collection *
February 26 through January 15
 
 
Taft Museum of Art
The American Impressionists in the Garden *
February 19 through May 15
 
 
Washington County Museum of Fine Arts
Nineteenth Century American Art *
February 12 through February 12
 
 
 

Please also see:

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

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