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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.
02.13.14 - 07.31.14
Native Voices/Native Books: Native American Literature
Amherst College
Featuring printed books and ephemera documenting over 200 years of Native American intellectual tradition. In the Frost Library.
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. With an artist talk August 7 at 6 p.m. in Club B10.
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."
03.31.14 - 07.31.14
Legacy of Music, People and Place: Holyoke 1800-1950
Wistariahurst Museum
The museum seeks elders, community members, immigrants, descendants of earlier settlers, and travelers who can share stories or family anecdotes related to particular songs that were listened to, sung, played, danced to or otherwise enjoyed during a particular time. More information available at wistariahurst.org/legacy.
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 .
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