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09.27.13 - 09.27.14
Anselm Kiefer
Mass MoCA
Long-term exhibit of Kiefer's paintings and sculptures, programmed in partnership with the Hall Art Foundation.
01.25.14 - 12.31.14
In Transit: Between Object and Image
Mass MoCA
Featuring the work of artists Dike Blair, Hugh Scott-Douglas, and collaborative duo Guyton and Walker.
01.31.14 - 08.31.14
The Eye is a Door: Landscape Photographs by Anne Whiston Spirn
Smith College Museum of Art
Spirn's work features images of locations, ranging from the fjords of Iceland to Buddhist gardens in Japan.
03.08.14 - 01.31.15
Darren Waterson: Uncertain Beauty
Mass MoCA
Painter and artist-in-residence Waterston's installation "Filthy Lucre" reimagines Jame McNeil Whistler's "Harmony in Blue and Gold: The Peacock Room" by exploring parallels between the inequalities and excess of the Gilded Age and our current age.
03.18.14 - 09.24.14
Kyohei Inukai and Robert Brackman
Mead Art Museum, Amherst College
This special installation brings together the work of New York–based portrait painters Inukai and Brackman.
03.22.14 - 09.28.14
Steampunk Springfield: Re-Imagining an Industrial City
Springfield Museums
A series of exhibits tied to "steampunk," a term which describes "a fantasy world where steam-powered technology of the Victorian era merges with elements of contemporary time."
03.29.14 - 02.15.15
The Dying of the Light: Film as Medium and Metaphor
Mass MoCA
An exhibition of works by six artists who "capitalize on film's particular visual, material, aural and even metaphoric characteristics."
04.18.14 - 09.14.14
Pastel Paintings by Gerald Purnell
Springfield Museums
Paintings created to accompany local author Richard Andersen's children's book .
04.19.14 - 12.28.14
Deerfield: A Community of Craftwork in the Early 20th Century
Historic Deerfield
Featuring more than 25 pieces from Historic Deerfield's collections of early 20th-century arts.
04.30.14 - 08.31.14
The Art of Eric Carle: What's Your Favorite Animal?
Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art
Featuring collaborations with 14 illustrators, including Susan Jeffers, Steven Kellogg and Mo Willems.
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