"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.
Angela Anderson Pomerleau, maybe this is an exhiibit you'ld like to catch in NYC.
Though most of Marisa Merz’s “Living Sculptures” are larger than life creations that hang from the ceiling, this petite aluminum chair bears the same name. Standing at a height of only about 2.5 feet, this “Living Sculpture,” juxtaposes the sturdiness of the subject with the fragility of the materia
Join us for a reenactment of Lygia Pape's "Divisor" (Divider)! Originally staged in the streets of Rio in 1968, Pape's original blank "canvas" will travel from The Met Breuer to The Met Fifth Avenue on Saturday, March 25th. With this staging of the seminal work, we revisit Pape's embrace of experime