Thursday, May 25, 2000

Art museum's 2000-01 schedule




By
The Cincinnati Enquirer

        The Cincinnati Art Museum has announced three new exhibitions that will be part of the 2000-2001 season. Here is the complete season, including those shows previously announced.

        • Sept. 10-Dec. 31The Best Part of Waking Up: The Folgers Coffee Silver Collection. More than 90 English coffee pots and accessories from the Folgers Coffee Silver Collection.

        • Oct. 29-Jan. 14European Masterpieces: Five Centuries of Paintings from the National Gallery of Victoria, Australia. More than 80 paintings from the 15th to the 20th century, including Greco, Rembrandt, Gainsborough, Reynolds, Monet, Manet, Picasso, Bonnard and Hockney. (Previously announced.)

        • Feb. 18-May 6, 2001 Half Past Autumn: The Art of Gordon Parks. A retrospective of the works of this well-known photojournalist, filmmaker, novelist, poet and musician. (Previously announced.)

        • March 1-May 27, 2001 The Human Comedy: Daumier and His Contemporaries. The work of Honore Daumier and others who used lithography to comment on the social and political scene in 19th-century France. From the museum's permanent collection.

        • June 17-Sept. 2, 2001Treasures for a Queen: A Millennium Gift to Cincinnati. A tribute to Cincinnati collectors who have donated significant masterworks to the museum. (Previously announced.)

        • June 30-Sept. 23, 2001An Added Dimension: Sculptors as Printmakers. More than 50 prints from artists better known for their sculpture. From the museum's permanent collection.

       



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