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Smith College Museum of Art

Public Institution
Smith College Museum of Art

Northampton, MA 01063
USA
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tel +1 413 585 2760
fax +1 413 585 2782
www.smith.edu/artmuseum
 
Opening hours:
Tu, We, Th, Fr, Sa  10:00-16:00
Su  12:00-16:00

to top Institutions highest ranked artists:
Artist Rank
Pablo Picasso  2
Joseph Beuys  4
Cindy Sherman  8
Sol LeWitt  9
Georg Baselitz  18



to top Artists most exhibited:
Artist Rank
Susan Heideman  44605 3



to top Institution's artists also shown at:
Institution
  MoMA - Museum of Modern Art, USA 224 39
  The National Gallery of Art, USA 101 30
  Indianapolis Museum of Art - IMA, USA 72 33
  Kunstverein in Hamburg, Germany 68 27



 
 Public exhibitions   1
31.01. - 31.08. (still more than 4 months)
  Solo showThe Eye is a Door: Landscape Photographs by Anne Whiston Spirn
 
 Artists
Franz Ackermann  1963, DE
Afro  1912-1976, IT
Genpei Akasegawa  1937, JP
Josef Albers  1888-1976, DE
Jean Arp  1886-1966, FR
Georg Baselitz  1938, DE
Herbert Bayer  1900-1985, AT, US
Felice Beato  1825-1904, IT
Max Beckmann  1884-1950, DE
Joseph Beuys  1921-1986, DE
Aenne Biermann  1898-1933, DE
Samuel Bourne  1834-1912, UK
Candice Breitz  1972, ZA
Marianne Breslauer  1909-2001, DE
Marcel Breuer  1902-1981, DE, US
Hendrick ter Brugghen  1588-1629, NL
Max Burchartz  1887-1961, DE
David Burliuk  1882-1967, US
Alexander Calder  1898-1976, US
Paul Cézanne  1839-1906, FR
John Singleton Copley  1737-1815, US
Lovis Corinth  1858-1925, DE
Gustave Courbet  1819-1877, FR
Ken Domon  1909-1990, JP
Thomas Eakins  1844-1916, US
Edwin Romanzo Elmer  
Walker Evans  1903-1975, US
Lyonel Feininger  1871-1956, DE, US
Mary Frank  1933, UK
Tina Frank  1970, AT
Viola Frey  1933-2004, US
Carmen Lomas Garza  1948, US
Karř Goldt  1967, DE
Cynthia Greig  1959, US
Childe Hassam  1859-1935, US
Florian Hecker  1975, DE
George Inness  1825-1894, US
Donald Judd  1928-1994, US
Clarence Kennedy  1892-1972
Ernst Ludwig Kirchner  1880-1938, DE
Sol LeWitt  1928-2007, US
Claude Monet  1840-1926, FR
Henry Moore  1898-1986, UK
Elie Nadelman  1882-1946, US
Alice Neel  1900-1984, US
Louise Nevelson  1900-1988, US
Nam June Paik  1932-2006, US, KR
John Frederick Peto  1854-1907, US
Pablo Picasso  1881-1973, ES
Camille Pissarro  1830-1903, FR
Andrés Ramírez Gaviria  1975, CO
Auguste Rodin  1840-1917, FR
Alison Saar  1956, US
Betye Saar  1926, US
Georges Seurat  1859-1891, FR
Charles Sheeler  1883-1965, US
Cindy Sherman  1954, US
Sandy Skoglund  1946, US
Jaune Quick-To-See Smith  1940, US
Joan Snyder  1940, US
Florine Stettheimer  1871-1944, US
John Storrs  1885-1956, US
William Henry Fox Talbot  1800-1877, UK
Yuriko Yamaguchi  1948, US, JP
 
 Previous Exhibitions   60
2013
  Group showEye on the Street: Trends in 1960s and 1970s Photography
  Group showLess is More: The Minimal Print

2012
  Group showDrawn to Excellence: Renaissance to Romantic Drawings from a Private Collection
  Solo showJay Bolotin: The Jackleg Testament
  Group showImage and After-Image: Whistler and Photography
  Group showFrameworks VIII
  Group showShared Inspiration: The Muriel K. and David R. Pokross Collection
  Solo showSusan Heideman: Animalmineralvegetable
  Solo showPursuing Beauty: The Art of Edo Japan
  Group showDebussy's Paris - Art, Music, & Sounds of the City

2011
  Solo showAndrea Fraser: Little Frank and His Carp
  Solo showJerome Liebling
  Solo showEl Muro: Photographs by Eduardo Hernandez Santos
  Solo showRoman Signer: 56 Small Helicopters (56 Kleine Helikopter)
  Group showSurface Tension
  Solo showTim Davis: Upstate New York Olympics (2010–11)
  Group showFramework VII: Restoring The Boundaries
  Group showL.A. Style: Printmaking at Gemini G.E.L, 1966-1976
  Solo showSusan Hiller: The Last Silent Movie
  Solo showMore Than You Know: Works by Whitfield Lovell

2010
  Solo showSCMA Displays Work By David Wojnarowicz In Solidarity With Other Museums
Description Solo showMaria Magdalena Campos-Pons - Sugar
  Solo showLuscious: Paintings by Emily Eveleth
  Group showFramework VI: Restoring the Boundaries
  Solo showSusan Hiller: What Every Gardener Knows
Description Solo showThe Birth of RMB City

2009
  Group showTouch Fire: Contemporary Japanese Ceramics by Women Artists
Description Solo showI Heard a Voice: The Art of Lesley Dill
  Solo showWilliam Kentridge: What Will Come
Description and image Group showPost-Mao Dreaming: Chinese Contemporary Ar
Description Solo showThin and Girl Culture
Description Group showVideo Portraits

2008
  Solo showWilliam Stanley Haseltine: Painter of Place
  Solo showMovement
  Solo showBauhaus Modern
  Solo showCoal Hollow
  Solo showSheila Pepe
  Solo showJerome Liebling
  Solo showSol Lewitt

2007
  Solo showWilliam Kentridge Prints
  Solo showAnsel Adams
  Solo showMedea and Her Sisters: Leonard Baskin's Images of Women
  Group showEarthworks on Paper
  Group showBeyond Green - Toward a Sustainable Art

2006
  Group showGodless Communists
  Solo showThe Coronation of the Virgin:
  Solo showGarry Winogrand - Women Are Beautiful
  Group showThe Early Modern Painter-Etcher
  Group showThe Art of Structural Design: A Swiss Legacy
  Solo showPicasso - The Impassioned Image
  Solo showAlexander Archipenko - Vision and Continuity
  Group showThe Golden Age: Dutch Prints and Drawings
  Solo showA Genius for Place: American Landscapes of the Country Place Era

2004
  Group showConfronting Tradition: Contemporary Art from Kyoto
  Solo showThe Way I Remember Them

1999
  Group showThe Poetic Imagination Explorations in Photography
  Solo showIlluminating Words - The Artist's Books of Christopher Gausby
  Solo showOliver W. Larkin
  Solo showDwight W. Tryon

1990
  Group showIdea<>Form
 
Last update: 9 April 2014
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