The Plain Dealer’s Inside & Out editor Julie Washington walks through the Fu Baoshi exhibition with Jeffrey Strean, director of design and architecture. Washington writes about the collaboration with AkzoNobel and choosing Glidden paint colors for the special exhibition space.
In the News
Arts Journal blogger and NYT reporter Judith H. Dobrzynski writes about the museum's Edmonia Lewis acquisition and deaccessions.
Steve Litt reports the museum's new acquisition and gives a brief biography of the artist.
The Asian Art Newspaper includes the exhibition Chinese Art in an Age of Revolution: Fu Baoshi (1904–1965) in their November issue.
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The online art newspaper showcases Chinese Art in an Age of Revolution:: Fu Baoshi (1904–1965).
Akron.com highly recocmmends Chinese Art in an Age of Revolution: Fu Baoshi (1904–1965).
The magazine covers the exhibition and focuses on the artist and his place in social and political Chinese history.
The Plain Dealer's art and architecture critic, Steve Litt, reviews the museum's fall exhibition.
The Wall Street Journal recommends Chinese Art in an Age of Revolution: Fu Baoshi (1904–1965) as a "Don't Miss" pick for the week of Oct. 22.
VIVA! & Gala
Cleveland’s online classical publication previews the Malian sensation Bassekou Kouyate’s museum performance.