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In Passionate Pursuit \;explores the richly div erse collection of Arlene and the late Harold Schnitzer\, their promised gi ft to the community\, and the profound impact they have had as philanthropi sts on cultural patronage in Portland.

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For more than half a century the Schnitzers have collected art. This exhibition will allow visitors to see more than 100 works from the internationally renowned collection of one of our region&rsquo\;s most legendary couples.

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The exhibition will includes selections from the Schnitzers&rsquo\; magnificent collection of Han dynasty Chinese art\, 19th and 20th century silver\, Native American ce ramics and beaded bags\, international glass works\, and paintings and scul ptures by Northwest and West Coast post-war masters.

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In Passion ate Pursuit \;will explore themes of collecting\, legacy\, and civ ic engagement through a series of associated lectures and discussions\, a f ully illustrated color publication documenting the collection with an inter view between the curator and the collector\, essays by Museum curators\, an d a signature video program featuring Museum Director Brian Ferriso in conv ersation with Arlene Schnitzer.

DTEND:20150111 DTSTAMP:20140930T115146 DTSTART:20141018 GEO:45.5164787;-122.6838571 LOCATION:Portland Art Museum\,1219 SW Park Avenue \nPortland\, Oregon 9720 5 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:In Passionate Pursuit UID:359007 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20141018T170000 DTSTAMP:20140930T115146 DTSTART:20141018T100000 GEO:45.5164787;-122.6838571 LOCATION:Portland Art Museum\,1219 SW Park Avenue \nPortland\, Oregon 9720 5 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:In Passionate Pursuit UID:359008 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

In 2012\, Oregon-based sculptor Chris Antemann was invited t o participate in the Art Studio program of the renowned Meissen Porcelain M anufactory to collaborate with the Meissen master artisans on unique pieces and a series of limited editions of her sculptures\, resulting in a grand installation that reinvents and invigorates the great porcelain figurative tradition. Using the Garden of Eden as her metaphor\, the artist created a contemporary celebration of the 18th-century banqueting craze. Inspired by Meissen&rsquo\;s great historical model of Johann Joachim Kä\;ndler&rsq uo\;s monumental \;Love Temple \;(1750)\, Antemann created her own 5-foot version. Stripping the original design back to its basic fo rms\, she added her own figures\, ornamentation\, and flowers\, as well as a special finial with three musicians to herald the guests to the banquet b elow. Employing her signature wit and formal references to classic Baroque Meissen figurines\, Antemann has invented a new narrative on contemporary m orality through her one-of-a-kind porcelain figures in a setting that evoke s the decadence of Boucher and Watteau.

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Antemann&rsquo\;s \;Love Temple \;is the centerpiece and heart of the installation. I t was designed to house a host of semi-clothed revelers around a banquet of &ldquo\;forbidden fruit.&rdquo\; After sculpting the \;Love Temple  \;and banquet table\, Antemann expanded the vision of the install ation to include a pleasure garden made up of eight separate pieces that su rrounds the temple\, creating an elaborate tableau in the great tradition o f royal 18th-century \;sur la table.

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Accompanying the lavish and overflowing banquet table is a massive 12-light porcelain chande lier and a collection of smaller sculptures to accompany the table along th e gallery walls\, evoking the tradition of palatial porcelain rooms. The sm all\, intimate vignettes entertain with playful scenes of dalliance and sed uction.

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Don&rsquo\;t miss this irreverent look at history and the d ecorative arts tradition in this brilliant porcelain sculpture.

DTEND:20150208 DTSTAMP:20140930T115146 DTSTART:20140927 GEO:45.5164787;-122.6838571 LOCATION:Portland Art Museum\,1219 SW Park Avenue \nPortland\, Oregon 9720 5 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Forbidden Fruit - Chris Antemann at Meissen\, Chris Antemann UID:359002 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Wendy Red Star&rsquo\;s socially critical installation draws inspiration and employs imagery from growing up on the Crow Indian Reserva tion in south-central Montana. Historic photographs and regalia are juxtapo sed with tapestries\, text\, and objects she has constructed to re-humanize a past tribal leader whose image has been appropriated for commercial use. Photographs of Chief Medicine Crow (c. 1848-1920) were taken in Washington \, D.C.\, when he and four other tribal leaders were coerced into signing a treaty ceding a portion of tribal lands to the United States Government. H is image has frequently been used to represent a stereotypical\, nameless\, Indian &ldquo\;brave.&rdquo\; Red Star&rsquo\;s newest installation is an extension of her earlier work\, which employed gender-focused\, political s elf-imagery\, not unlike the art of Cindy Sherman\, Ana Mendieta\, and Frid a Kahlo\, to draw attention to the marginalization of Native Americans. In APEX\, by replicating a historical museum diorama\, she names and honors Me dicine Crow\, and revises the white man&rsquo\;s historical paradigm.

DTEND:20141207 DTSTAMP:20140930T115146 DTSTART:20140906 GEO:45.5164787;-122.6838571 LOCATION:Portland Art Museum\,1219 SW Park Avenue \nPortland\, Oregon 9720 5 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:APEX \, Wendy Red Star UID:359001 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

With a career spanning more than seven decades and an oeuvre comprising thousands of paintings\, drawings\, sculpture\, prints\, cerami cs\, collages\, and assemblages\, Pablo Picasso is the 20th century&rsquo\; s most important and influential artist. His iconic \;Les Demoisell es d&rsquo\;Avignon \;(1907\, Museum of Modern Art\, New York) for ever transformed the art of painting\, and his violent\, tragic \;G uernica(1937\, Museo Reina Sofí\;a\, Madrid) drives home to this day the horrors of war. In the museum&rsquo\;s own collection\, \; Fan\, Pipe\, and Glass \;(1911) is on permanent display as a remar kable example of Picasso&rsquo\;s pioneering Analytical Cubism\, but the ar tist&rsquo\;s prints&mdash\;in which the collection is also strong&mdash\;a re exhibited only rarely. \;

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This exhibition unveils for the fi rst time a sizeable concentration of Picasso&rsquo\;s prints from the perma nent collection. Examples of lithography and intaglio from all periods of h is career&mdash\;including his early Blue and Rose Periods\, his Cubist pha se\, his later classical abstraction\, and his linocuts from the 1950s and 1960s&mdash\;will offer a mini-survey of the artist&rsquo\;s work that will bring to light his expertise as a printmaker\, approaching his craft with the same spirit of innovation with which he undertook his paintings.

DTEND:20150104 DTSTAMP:20140930T115146 DTSTART:20141009 GEO:21.304039;-157.848549 LOCATION:The Honolulu Museum of Art\,900 South Beretania Street \nHonolulu\ , HI 96814 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Picasso Prints\, Pablo Picasso UID:358998 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20141009T163000 DTSTAMP:20140930T115146 DTSTART:20141009T100000 GEO:21.304039;-157.848549 LOCATION:The Honolulu Museum of Art\,900 South Beretania Street \nHonolulu\ , HI 96814 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Picasso Prints\, Pablo Picasso UID:358999 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

At the critical juncture between traditional and modern Chin ese art in the beginning of the 20th century\, Qi Baishi (1864&ndash\;1957) emerged as the leading representative of Chinese painting. With no formal education\, Qi rose from humble origins to a position of prominence that in cluded appointments to the National People&rsquo\;s Congress and the Nation al Artists&rsquo\; Association. \;

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In an age when Chinese paint ers were turning to the outside world to study Western models\, Qi advocate d traditional ink painting. At the same time\, his spontaneous technique br ought a refreshing new perspective to the genre\, forming the foundation fo r the development of new national styles by younger artists later in the ce ntury. Qi&rsquo\;s paintings of &ldquo\;small life&rdquo\; subjects such as lychees and shrimp are immediately accessible\, yet surprisingly subtle\, his light touch infusing his works with energy.

DTEND:20150125 DTSTAMP:20140930T115146 DTSTART:20141002 GEO:21.304039;-157.848549 LOCATION:The Honolulu Museum of Art\,900 South Beretania Street \nHonolulu\ , HI 96814 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY: Modern Master\, Qi Baishi UID:358996 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20141002T163000 DTSTAMP:20140930T115146 DTSTART:20141002T100000 GEO:21.304039;-157.848549 LOCATION:The Honolulu Museum of Art\,900 South Beretania Street \nHonolulu\ , HI 96814 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY: Modern Master\, Qi Baishi UID:358997 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

This exhibition looks at one of the most significant artisti c groups in mid twentieth-century Melbourne\, which gathered at the Boyd fa mily property\, Open Country\, at Murrumbeena. It presents the work of Aust ralia&rsquo\;s first studio potter\, Merric Boyd and the impact of war on h is family and their artistic output. It also explores the exuberant post-wa r production of paintings\, drawings\, ceramics and sculpture by Arthur Boy d\, John Perceval and others at Open Country and the Arthur Merric Boyd Pot tery.

DTEND:20150301 DTSTAMP:20140930T115146 DTSTART:20141017 GEO:0.0;0.0 LOCATION:NGV (National Gallery Victoria) The Ian Potter Centre\,Federation Square Cnr Russell & Flinders Sts \nMelbourne\, Victoria SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Outer Circle - The Boyds and the Murrumbeena Artists\, Arthur Boyd\ , John Perceval UID:358994 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20141017T170000 DTSTAMP:20140930T115146 DTSTART:20141017T100000 GEO:0.0;0.0 LOCATION:NGV (National Gallery Victoria) The Ian Potter Centre\,Federation Square Cnr Russell & Flinders Sts \nMelbourne\, Victoria SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Outer Circle - The Boyds and the Murrumbeena Artists\, Arthur Boyd\ , John Perceval UID:358995 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

This exhibition will represent the first large-scale retrosp ective of Robert Jacks who is one of Australia&rsquo\;s most significant an d accomplished abstract artists. From his first sell-out solo exhibition at Gallery A in Melbourne in 1966\, through to his ongoing exploration of abs traction in painting\, sculpture\, drawing and printmaking\, his work has c harted a distinctive and influential path through late twentieth and early twenty-first century Australian art.

Born in 1943 Jacks studied sculpture at Prahran Technical College from 1958&ndash\;1960 and painting a t RMIT in 1961&ndash\;62. His first solo exhibition was held to great accla im in 1966 and in 1968 his work was included in the landmark exhibition\,&n bsp\;The Field\, at the National Gallery of Victoria. Beginning in 1968\, Jacks spent ten years living and working in Canada and the United S tates. It was during this period\, much of which was spent in New York\, in which Jacks met such artistic luminaries as Sol LeWitt and Donald Judd\, a nd that his unique visual language matured\, incorporating influences from the major exponents of contemporary abstraction\, minimalism and conceptual practice. It is also this experience which makes Jacks a unique figure wit hin the history and development of twentieth century Australian art.

DTEND:20150215 DTSTAMP:20140930T115146 DTSTART:20141003 GEO:0.0;0.0 LOCATION:NGV (National Gallery Victoria) The Ian Potter Centre\,Federation Square Cnr Russell & Flinders Sts \nMelbourne\, Victoria SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY: Order & Variation\, Robert Jacks UID:358992 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20141003T170000 DTSTAMP:20140930T115146 DTSTART:20141003T100000 GEO:0.0;0.0 LOCATION:NGV (National Gallery Victoria) The Ian Potter Centre\,Federation Square Cnr Russell & Flinders Sts \nMelbourne\, Victoria SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY: Order & Variation\, Robert Jacks UID:358993 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

This multi-disciplinary collection display continues the&nbs p\;Melbourne Now \;focus on contemporary Indigenous art practi ce\, but expands the compass from greater Melbourne to the length and bread th of Indigenous Australia.

DTEND:20150127 DTSTAMP:20140930T115146 DTSTART:20140930 GEO:0.0;0.0 LOCATION:NGV (National Gallery Victoria) The Ian Potter Centre\,Federation Square Cnr Russell & Flinders Sts \nMelbourne\, Victoria SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:INDIGENOUS ART UID:358991 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Artist Carsten Hö\;ller works to turn reality on its hea d\, creating situations through which we can reimagine how we move through the world and reconsider our place in it. Drawing on social spaces outside the museum\, such as the amusement park\, zoo\, or playground\, the interac tions that Hö\;ller proposes through objects and situations open up a r ange of new and unexpected sensory revelations in art.

Underscor ing the 2014 Melbourne Festival microtheme of circus\, the spectacular life -size \;Golden Mirror Carousel \;offers visitors to Federa tion Court a powerfully different physical and mental encounter than its tr aditional fairground counterpart. With each slow turn\, participants are ca rried further into a gleaming\, gilded looking-glass reflection\, a step an d a world away.

Golden Mirror Carousel \;is support ed by the Loti &\; Victor Smorgon Fund.
Presented by Melbourne Fest ival and National Gallery of Victoria\, with the assistance of Gagosian Gal lery\, New York.

DTEND:20150301 DTSTAMP:20140930T115146 DTSTART:20141010 GEO:-37.8610974;144.9848245 LOCATION:NGV (National Gallery of Victoria) International\,180 St Kilda Roa d \nMelbourne\, Victoria 3000 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Golden Mirror Carousel\, Carsten Höller UID:358989 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20141010T170000 DTSTAMP:20140930T115146 DTSTART:20141010T100000 GEO:-37.8610974;144.9848245 LOCATION:NGV (National Gallery of Victoria) International\,180 St Kilda Roa d \nMelbourne\, Victoria 3000 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Golden Mirror Carousel\, Carsten Höller UID:358990 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

The unconventional and playfully irreverent designs of Jean Paul Gaultier will be celebrated in the first international exhibition dedi cated to this groundbreaking French couturier.

The National Gall ery of Victoria will be the only Australian venue for \;The Fashion World of Jean Paul Gaultier: From the Sidewalk to the Catwalk\, which will feature more than 140 superbly crafted garments in addition to photog raphs\, sketches\, stage costumes\, excerpts from runway shows\, film\, tel evision\, concerts and dance performances.

DTEND:20150208 DTSTAMP:20140930T115146 DTSTART:20141017 GEO:-37.8610974;144.9848245 LOCATION:NGV (National Gallery of Victoria) International\,180 St Kilda Roa d \nMelbourne\, Victoria 3000 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:From the Sidewalk to the Catwalk\, Jean Paul Gaultier UID:358987 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20141017T170000 DTSTAMP:20140930T115146 DTSTART:20141017T100000 GEO:-37.8610974;144.9848245 LOCATION:NGV (National Gallery of Victoria) International\,180 St Kilda Roa d \nMelbourne\, Victoria 3000 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:From the Sidewalk to the Catwalk\, Jean Paul Gaultier UID:358988 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

Commissioned for the new dedicated children&rsquo\;s gallery \, \;Express Yourself: Romance Was Born for Kids \;is an i nteractive exhibition for children specifically designed for the NGV by Syd ney-based fashion house Romance Was Born. This contemporary project for kid s provides the ideal platform for designers Luke Sales and Anna Plunkett to share their whimsical and compelling vision with visitors of all ages. The captivating results provide a fantastical\, larger than life environment f or participation\, play and creativity that blends fashion\, art\, music an d design. The exhibition will feature works from collections past and prese nt and will focus on the trademark collaborations and creative themes that underpin their practice. The project will also draw on the NGV Collection a s one of its sources of inspiration.

DTEND:20150322 DTSTAMP:20140930T115146 DTSTART:20141017 GEO:-37.8610974;144.9848245 LOCATION:NGV (National Gallery of Victoria) International\,180 St Kilda Roa d \nMelbourne\, Victoria 3000 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:EXPRESS YOURSELF Romance Was Born for Kids\, Luke Sales\, Anna Plun kett UID:358985 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20141017T170000 DTSTAMP:20140930T115146 DTSTART:20141017T100000 GEO:-37.8610974;144.9848245 LOCATION:NGV (National Gallery of Victoria) International\,180 St Kilda Roa d \nMelbourne\, Victoria 3000 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:EXPRESS YOURSELF Romance Was Born for Kids\, Anna Plunkett\, Luke S ales UID:358986 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

NGV&rsquo\;s exciting new \;Ancient World \ ;gallery showcases works from ancient Egypt\, the Near East\, Greece\, Ital y and Mesoamerica. \; Situated on Level 2 of NGV International\, in the heart of the Gallery&rsquo\;s permanent collections\, the collections are displayed across three areas\, encompassing Mesoamerica\, The Classical Wor ld and Egypt and the Near East. The two corridor cases that flank the galle ry feature representative tomb groups from West Mexico and ancient Egypt.
Ancient Egyptian objects are some of the earliest works to have e ntered the NGV&rsquo\;s collection and in the early twentieth century the G allery received regular divisions of objects from British excavations in Eg ypt. Many of the objects still bear their grave numbers inscribed by the ex cavators. NGV&rsquo\;s Greek and South Italian vase collection constitutes one of the finest collections in the country\, having been developed under the expert advice of Professor Dale Trendall. \;

The pre-his panic civilisation of Mesoamerica stands with Egypt and Mesopotamia as one of the world&rsquo\;s great early civilisations. For over three thousand ye ars\, a number of cultures flourished and produced extraordinary works\, ma ny depicting the human world and the natural forces that shape its affairs. Most of the stunning Mesoamerican ceramic\, shell and stone objects that a re on display were created to accompany the honoured dead to the afterlife.

DTEND:20141231 DTSTAMP:20140930T115146 DTSTART:20140930 GEO:-37.8610974;144.9848245 LOCATION:NGV (National Gallery of Victoria) International\,180 St Kilda Roa d \nMelbourne\, Victoria 3000 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:THE ANCIENT WORLD UID:358984 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

The first of a series of new presentations of the NGV&rsquo\ ;s collection of late-modern and contemporary international art\, this sele ction of works explores various tendencies in artistic practice from the 19 60s to the present day. Acknowledging that the recent history of contempora ry art continues to be informed by key artists and movements of the recent past\, this display encourages dialogue between artists and works from diff erent periods and geo-political realities. Including rooms dedicated to Con ceptual Art and Minimalism\, Pop Art and its global influence\, and a range of singular presentations including Lee Bul&rsquo\;s immersive installatio n \;Untitled \;2003\, and recent acquisitions including An gela Bulloch&rsquo\;s \;Short\, big\, yellow drawing machine&n bsp\;2012 and Adel Abidin&rsquo\;s three channel video \;Three love songs \;2010\, this display takes an integrated\, multi-disciplin ary and transcultural approach to the collection\, reflecting the increasin gly global character of contemporary art as we understand it today.

DTEND:20141005 DTSTAMP:20140930T115146 DTSTART:20140930 GEO:-37.8610974;144.9848245 LOCATION:NGV (National Gallery of Victoria) International\,180 St Kilda Roa d \nMelbourne\, Victoria 3000 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:LATE MODERN AND CONTEMPORARY ART\, Lee Bul\, Adel Abidin\, Angela B ulloch UID:358983 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:
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&lsquo\;Special class &ndash\; n ot for sale&rsquo\; was a particular category that Klee used \; within his own system of classification for his works\, to which he actually assig ned various price ranges.

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The label &lsquo\;special class&rsquo\; &ndash\; &lsquo\;Sonderklasse&rsquo \; or &lsquo\;SKl&rsquo\; &ndash\; was reserved for those works to which th e artist attached particular significance\, and which he had planned for hi s posthumous collection. \;

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This is an area under examination i n a research project at Zü\;rich University sponsored by the Ernst von Siemens Stiftung\, in collaboration with the Zentrum Paul Klee and Leipzig Museum of Visual arts. The results of the project will permeate the exhibit ion.

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As well as other works by Paul Klee\, with 100 &lsquo\;special class&rsquo\; works the exhibition will include about a third of the total &lsquo\;special class&rsquo\; holdings. An extensive publication featuring the research results will be published to coincide with the exhibition. Af ter Bern\, the exhibition will be shown in a slightly different combination at the Museum of Visual Arts in Leipzig (01/03-25/05/15).

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DTEND:20150201 DTSTAMP:20140930T115146 DTSTART:20141021 GEO:46.9488917;7.4740985 LOCATION:Zentrum Paul Klee\,Monument im Fruchtland 3 \nBern\, 3006 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Special class – not for sale\, Paul Klee UID:358979 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20141021T170000 DTSTAMP:20140930T115146 DTSTART:20141021T100000 GEO:46.9488917;7.4740985 LOCATION:Zentrum Paul Klee\,Monument im Fruchtland 3 \nBern\, 3006 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Special class – not for sale\, Paul Klee UID:358980 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

In 2015\, the Walker will celebrate the 75th anniversary of its founding as a public art center dedicated to presenting and collecting the art of our times. Curated by the Walker&rsquo\;s executive director Olg a Viso and guest curator Joan Rothfuss\, the exhibition looks at 75 years o f collecting at the Walker&mdash\;a history distinguished not only by bold and often risk-taking choices but also acquisitions that have consistently breached the boundaries of media or disciplines. The exhibition foregrounds many of these prescient \;choices.

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On view for a two-year peri od will be many iconic works from the collection\, including Edward Hopper& rsquo\;s \;Office at Night \;(1940)\, Franz Marc&rsquo\;s& nbsp\;The Large Blue Horses \;(1911)\, Chuck Close&rsquo\;s&nb sp\;Big Self Portrait(1967-68)\, Yves Klein&rsquo\;s \;Mon do Cane Shroud \;(1961)\, and \;others.

DTEND:20160911 DTSTAMP:20140930T115146 DTSTART:20141016 GEO:44.9684358;-93.2885414 LOCATION:Walker Art Center\,1750 Hennepin Ave \nMinneapolis\, MN 55403 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Art at the Center: 75 Years of Walker Collections\, Edward Hopper\, Franz Marc\, Chuck Close\, Yves Klein UID:358977 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20141016T210000 DTSTAMP:20140930T115146 DTSTART:20141016T110000 GEO:44.9684358;-93.2885414 LOCATION:Walker Art Center\,1750 Hennepin Ave \nMinneapolis\, MN 55403 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Art at the Center: 75 Years of Walker Collections\, Chuck Close\, E dward Hopper\, Yves Klein\, Franz Marc UID:358978 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DESCRIPTION:

The Walker Art Center&rsquo\;s celebration of 75 years of co llecting continues in the Burnet Gallery with a selection of recent acquisi tions. Global\, cross-disciplinary\, and diverse\, the exhibition reflects the Walker&rsquo\;s continued efforts to collect the most adventuresome wor ks being made \;today.

DTEND:20150705 DTSTAMP:20140930T115146 DTSTART:20141016 GEO:44.9684358;-93.2885414 LOCATION:Walker Art Center\,1750 Hennepin Ave \nMinneapolis\, MN 55403 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Art at the Center: Recent Acquisitions UID:358975 END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTEND:20141016T210000 DTSTAMP:20140930T115146 DTSTART:20141016T110000 GEO:44.9684358;-93.2885414 LOCATION:Walker Art Center\,1750 Hennepin Ave \nMinneapolis\, MN 55403 SEQUENCE:0 SUMMARY:Art at the Center: Recent Acquisitions UID:358976 END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR