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Brigham Young University Museum of Art

Public Institution
Brigham Young University Museum of Art
North Campus Drive
Provo, UT 84602-1400
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tel +1 801 422 8287
fax +1 801 422 0527

to top Institutions highest ranked artists:
Artist Rank
Richard Misrach  1068
Winslow Homer  1952
Alexander Archipenko  2255
Will Barnet  5323
Ralph Goings  5534

to top Artists most exhibited:
Artist Rank
Minerva Teichert    3
Takashi Murakami  440 3

to top Institution's artists also shown at:
  Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), USA 60 15
  Whitney Museum of American Art, USA 36 15
  Indianapolis Museum of Art (IMA), USA 28 14
  Fraenkel Gallery, USA 22 1
  Addison Gallery of American Art, USA 16 5

 Public exhibitions   1
10.02. - 09.09. (still more than 3 months)
  Solo showJann Haworth - Work in Progress
Alexander Archipenko  1887-1964, US, UA
Will Barnet  1911-2012, US
Carl Bloch  1834-1890, DK
Robert Frederick Blum  1857-1903, US
Theo Butler  1861-1936, US
E. Irving Couse  1866-1936, US
Jasper Francis Cropsey  1823-1900, US
John Steuart Curry  1897-1946, US
Maynard Dixon  1875-1946, US
Edwin Evans  1860-1946, US
Carl Gaertner  1898-1952, US
William Glackens  1870-1938, US
Ralph Goings  1928, US
Winslow Homer  1836-1910, US
George Inness  1825-1894, US
Leo Krikorian  1912-2005
Craig Law  1946
Nat Leeb  1906
Alfred Jacob Miller  1810-1874, US
Richard Misrach  1949, US
David Newton Cox  1939
Ogden Pleissner  1905-1983, US
Robert Reid  1862-1929, US
Mario Reis  1953, DE
Donna Norine Schuster  1883-1953, US
Frank van Sloun  1879-1938
Bruce H. Smith  1936
Michael A. Smith  1942, US
Minerva Teichert  1888-1976, US
Dorothy Weir  1890-1947
J. Alden Weir  1852-1919, US
Benjamin West  1738-1820, US
Worthington Whittredge  1820-1910, US
Mahonri Young  1877-1957, US
 Previous Exhibitions   35
  Solo showRebecca Campbell: The Potato Eaters
  Group showCapturing the Canyons: Artists in the National Parks
  Group showReality Reorganized: Walter Askin and Wayne Kimball’s Mysterious Discursions

  Solo showe.g.: Kehinde Wiley - Smile
  Solo showMoving Pictures: C.C.A Christensen’s Mormon Panorama

  Solo showRoyal Nebeker: An Artistís Journey
  Solo showEdward Burtynsky: Industrial Sublime

  Solo showThe Suffering of Light: Thirty Years of Photographs
  Group showWe Could Be Heroes: The Mythology of Monsters and Heroes in Contemporary Art
  Group showThink Flat
  Solo showIn the Shadows of Timpanogos
  Solo show8-bit modern
  Solo showWilliam Lamson

  Solo showJames McNeill Whistler
  Group showThe Weir Family
  Group showThe Matter of Words: Adam Bateman and John Fraser
  Solo showSelections from the Anthony Pritzker and Pritzker Family Trusts Collection of Contemporary Art
  Group showAt War! The Changing Face of American War Illustration
  Solo showDorothea Langeís Three Mormon Towns

  Solo showHealing 1
  Solo showJames Tissot: The Life of Chris
  Solo showAs the Rose: Sculpture by Adam Bateman
  Solo showBill Owens: Suburbia

Description and image Group showMirror Mirror: Contemporary Portraits and the Fugitive Self
  Group showTypes and Shadows: Intimations of Divinity

  Solo showDan Steinhilber

  Solo showMinerva Teichert: Pageants in Paint

  Group showPhotography and Perception: Exploring the Western Landscape

  Solo showDorthea Lange: Human Documents
  Solo showMinerva Teichert at the Crossroads: New Acquisition from the Early Years 1915-1921

  Solo showMahonri Young: A Song of Joys
  Solo showLines of Communication: Poster Art by McRay Magleby
  Group showPresage of Passage: Sculpture for a New Century

  Solo showAndy Warhol: Marilyn Series

  Group showDrawing 1990
Last update: 28 April 2017
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