Close ups of three works currently on view in the Made in the USA exhibition.
Can you guess which works these three detail shots are from? Leave your answers in the comments.
Left detail hint: this work is on view in the Abstract Expressionism gallery of Made in the USA.
Center detail hint: This work has a numerical title.
Right detail hint: This artist’s last name is also a beloved bird.
On July 2, the magnificent exhibition of 85 Impressionist to Modern masterworks from The Phillips Collection opened at the Daejeon Museum of Art in Korea. Nearly 900 people attended the opening celebration, mostly from Daejeon, the country’s hub for science and education. With the recent announcement of the discovery of a mystery man painted beneath Picasso’s The Blue Room, there was particular buzz around that painting. The exhibition will be in view through October 9.
The ribbon cutting for the exhibition opening included Phillips Chief Registrar and Director of Special Initiatives Joe Holbach, Daejeon Mayor Sun-Taek Lee and other local politicians, Daejeon Museum of Art Director Jong-Hyup Lee, exhibition sponsor MBC President and CEO Chang-ok Kim, and many others
Exhibition opening at the Daejeon Museum of Art, which was also the 50th anniversary celebration of exhibition sponsor MBC
Visitors in the Daejeon Museum of Art galleries
“Crazy Walls” by Angela
Angela, winner of June’s uCurate prize, made us laugh with her short, sweet, and accurate description of her think-outside-the-box exhibition:
The uCurate app is now available for Apple and Android devices. Start curating for your chance to win next month’s prize, a Made in the USA exhibition catalogue.