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Knoxville Museum of Art

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Knoxville Museum of Art
1050 Worlds Fair Park Dr.
Knoxville, Tennessee 37916
Venue Type: Museum

Country:
united states



"Structures in Silence"   Installation , ROGER WEIKROGER WEIK,
"Structures in Silence" Installation ,
1988, Cast Emulsion and Pigments, 47x42
© Courtesy of the Knoxville Museum of Art
"Structure in Silence", ROGER WEIKROGER WEIK, "Structure in Silence",
1988, Cast Emulsion and Fragments, 47x42
© Courtesy the Knoxville Museum of Art
"Fourth Watch", ROGER WEIKROGER WEIK, "Fourth Watch",
2004, Asphaltum, Marble Dust, Oil and Oxide Pigments on Canvas, 30x24
© Courtesy the Knoxville Museum of Art
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> CURRENT EXHIBITIONS & EVENTS
January 31st - May 4th Sight and Feeling
Ansel Adams
 
> UPCOMING EXHIBITIONS & EVENTS
May, 2014 3 Paintings
Leonardo Silaghi
 
Apr, 2014 Facets of Modern and Contemporary Glass
Daniel Clayman, Andrew Erdos, Luke Jerram, Karen LaMonte, Beth Lipman, Harvey Littleton, Ivan Navarro
 
> QUICK FACTS
WEBSITE:  
http://www.knoxart.org
EMAIL:  
info@kmaonline.org
OPEN HOURS:  
Tue-Sat 10-5; Fri 10-8; Sun 1-5
PHONE:  
865-525-6101
FAX:  
865-546-3635
COST:  
Admission is free.
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DESCRIPTION

The KMA's collection of approximately 700 objects consists of 20th- and 21st-century works on paper, paintings, mixed media works, sculpture, and fine craft. It continues to grow through gifts from noted artists, galleries, collectors, and foundations, and purchases funded by the Collectors Circle (a museum support group) of important works by artists of regional and national significance. Well-known artists represented in the collection include Charles Burchfield, Robert Longo, Loretta Lux, William Morris, Kenneth Snelson, and Robert Stackhouse, to cite just a few. Choice examples by Catherine Wiley, Joseph Delaney, Walter Hollis Stevens, Richard Jolley, and Bessie Harvey highlight the development of the visual arts in Eastern Tennessee over the past century. Portions of the collection are always on view, including the miniature Thorne period rooms created


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