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One of the greatest coincidences in 20thC art

3 years agoArts : Modern Art Notes

Richard Estes, Michigan Avenue With View of the Art Institute, 1984. Collection of the Art Institute of Chicago. Robert Bechtle, Yucca, 1973. Collection of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. Estes and Bechtle, arguably the top two realist painters of the post-war period, were born on the same day: May 14, 1932. Happy 80th, gents!
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First-ever retrospective of Richard Serra's drawings on view at San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

Arts : Artdaily (3 years ago)

SAN FRANCISCO, CA.- Richard Serra's large-scale steel sculptures have made him a crucial figure in contemporary art, but his work also takes another striking, lesser-known form: drawing. On view at the San Francisco Museum of Modern... Read Post

Modernism from the National Gallery of Art on view at The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco

Arts : Artdaily (9 months ago)

The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco present Modernism from the National Gallery of Art: The Robert and Jane Meyerhoff Collection, an exhibition of 46 paintings and sculptures by many of the leading figures in postwar American art... Read Post

Clark Art Institute's 'Machine Age Modernism' exhibition explores groundbreaking printmaking

Arts : Artdaily (3 hours ago)

The Clark Art Institute considers the history and politics that inspired many artists working during and between World Wars I and II in the exhibition Machine Age Modernism: Prints from the Daniel Cowin Collection. Inspired by such ... Read Post


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