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Pat Lasch: Journeys of the Heart
Palm Springs Art Museum in Palm Desert
March 25 - October 15, 2017
Mara Gladstone, Associate Curator, Palm Springs Art Museum
The artist’s first major museum exhibition, Journeys of the Heart surveys 43 years of work by Pat Lasch. Driven by personal stories and influenced by feminist practices, Lasch’s oeuvre incorporates a range of media, from ceramic, bronze, and cut paper to wood sculpture and lace-making. Featuring the delicate cake and pastry sculptures for which the artist is best known alongside little-seen stitched canvas panels and an array of intimately-scaled bronze sculptures, Lasch’s beautiful work is intensely biographical. As a pioneer who emerged from the downtown New York art scene of the 1970s, Lasch embeds her work with rich narratives from her personal journey. Her practice is rooted in spirituality, and always weighted with the pains and joys of heartbreak, age, and adventure. Central to the exhibition is a stunning display of life-size dresses marking significant moments in a woman’s life—from christening dress and wedding gown to shroud — all made in the artist’s signature intricate piped-paint lace.

This exhibition is organized by Palm Springs Art Museum and supported by the Clinton Hill & Allen Tran Foundation, and Donna MacMillan.





Creating Brilliance: A 21st-Century Look at 19th-Century Lighting
Winterthur Museum, Delaware
October 27-28, 2017
Kelly A. Conway; Diane Ehrenpreis; Donald Fennimore; Ryan Grover; Ann Wagner


Symposium: Daubigny, Monet, Van Gogh: Impressions of Landscape
Taft Museum of Art
Date: April 16

The Taft Museum of Art presents a one-day symposium in conjunction with the exhibition Daubigny, Monet, Van Gogh: Impressions of Landscape. Through 30-minute talks and a panel discussion, the program will explore 19th-century French landscape painter Charles-François Daubigny’s innovations, contributions, and interactions with the Impressionists Claude Monet and Camille Pissarro. In his later years, Daubigny in turn learned from the younger painters. Surprisingly, Vincent van Gogh, too, admired Daubigny, as will be explored. Seven European and American scholars will discuss Daubigny’s paintings, drawings, and prints in relation to Impressionism and the work of Van Gogh.

Lynne Ambrosini
Director of Collections & Exhibitions and Curator of European Art, Taft Museum of Art
“Reframing French Landscape: Daubigny’s Pictorial Innovations”

Madeleine Fidell-Beaufort
Professor Emerita, American University, Paris, and author of The Life and Work: Daubigny (1975)
“Daubigny’s Drawings and their Legacy”

Heather Lemonedes
Curator of Drawings, Cleveland Museum of Art
“Air and Light on Copper and Glass: Daubigny and Impressionist Prints”

Kevin Robbins
Associate Professor of History, Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis
“Reflecting Modernity: The Visible History and Cultural Politics of French Waterways, 1850–1900”

Claire Durand-Ruel Snollaerts
Independent Art Historian, Paris
“Daubigny and Pissarro: Painters of the Oise”

David Brenneman
Wilma E. Kelley Director, Indiana University Art Museum, Bloomington, Indiana
“’Picture Yourself in a Boat on a River’: Daubigny and Monet’s Floating Studios”

Nienke Bakker
Curator of Paintings, Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam
“In Daubigny’s Footsteps: Vincent van Gogh”

$30 Taft Museum of Art members and academic or museum professionals; $45 non-members; $20 students
Includes museum and special exhibition admission. Box lunch and coffee/tea service included.

To register, call 513-684-4516 or visit

Exhibition: Tom Sachs: Tea Ceremony
Noguchi Museum
Closes: July 24





Exhibition: Figure and From: Recept Acquisitions to the Permanent Collection
El Museo del Barrio
Closes: December 4




Exhibition: International Pop
Philadelphia Museum of Art
Closes: May 15




Exhibition: Coded_Couture
Pratt Manhattan Gallery
Closes: April 30




Exhibition: Back to Life: Bay Area Figurative Drawings
Crocker Art Museum
Closes: May 1


"Back to Life: Bay Area Figurative Drawings" is on view @crockerart until 5/1 #aamcmemberexhibitions

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Exhibition: Royal Hawaiian Featherwork: Nā Hulu Ali‘i
deYoung Museum 
Closes: April 10


Munch and Expressionism
Neue Galerie
Closes: June 13



Now @neuegalerieny is "Munch and Expressionism" on view until June 13. See 50 works on paper and 35 paintings from German artists. #expressionism #nycartexhibit

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Exhibition: WONDER
Renwick Gallery, Smithsonian Institution
Closes: May 8


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