"Marsden Hartley's Maine" explores the artist's complex, sometimes contradictory, and visually arresting relationship with his native state.
We'd like to thank The Maine Office of Tourism (Visit Maine) for its support of tonight’s opening viewing and reception for “Marsden Hartley’s Maine.” The exhibition will run through June 18 at The Met Breuer.
Thank you for your great collaboration and a wonderful event! Here's to a successful Marsden Hartley's Maine exhibit.
A curator friend calls him poor Marsden Hartley due to all the the tragedies in his life.
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Here, Lygia Pape's "Divisor (Divider)" departs from The Met Breuer on Madison Avenue. Pape's seminal work breaks down the space between the artist and the viewer by inviting audience participation. Thank you to both those who participated in waking under Pape's blank "canvas" as well as those who fo
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This painting is Memling’s innovative take on a wing of Rogier van der Weyden's Saint Columba Altarpiece, but instead of portraying the Virgin kneeling, he shows her held up by angels. Memling cloaks religious imagery in the mundane details of everyday life: the carafe of water and the lilies symbol