Searching within term: Museum Publications
The items below have been associated with the term listed above. The type of content is listed below each row and links to either a searchable interface for that collection (e.g., May Show Database, Exhibition History Database) or a browsable listing of all content of the same type.Displaying 1 - 7 of 7
| 1. T.R. Ericsson's Crackle & Drag, Vol. 2 |
Visitors to the recent CMA exhibition DIY: Photographers and Books (August- December 2012) organized by Curator of Photography Barbara Tannenbaum might remember a coming across a box housing 50 booklets revealing family portraits, documents, and other materials relating to the family of the artist, T.R. Ericsson. This is actually Volume 2 of Ericsson’s ongoing series, Crackle & Drag.
| 2. Magazine Rack - Curatorial Publications and Objects in Print |
The Ingalls Library collection includes approximately 1,200 currently received periodical titles. That is quite simply, an overwhelming number.
| 3. The Art of Daily Life |
Newly opened in Gallery 229, adjacent to the Cleveland Gallery where CLE OP is mesmerizing visitors and guards alike, is the new exhibition of African Art, the Art of Daily Life: Portable Objects from Southeast Africa.
| 4. Magazine Rack - Curatorial Publication, Objects in Print, Lakewood Craftsman |
The Ingalls Library collection includes approximately 1200 current serial titles. That is quite simply, an overwhelming number. This ongoing series will highlight articles and issues from the Ingalls Library magazine rack, noting publication of Cleveland Museum of Art objects, by curators, and about the museum.
| 5. Yellow! Gauguin’s Volpini Exhibition |
Yellow paper, yellow-back books, yellow prints. We are experiencing a tsunami of yellow for the opening of our exhibition, Gauguin: Paris 1889.
| 6. What’s American about American Art? |
The latest handbook from the Cleveland Museum of Art’s family of publications is Henry Adams’ What’s American about American Art?
| 7. Art and Power in the Central African Savanna |
As Art and Power in the Central African Savanna closes in the Cleveland Museum of Art's special exhibition space, visitors are reminded that the Ingalls Library maintains copies of every catalog for every exhibition we present.