Chinese Landscape Duets of Arnold Chang and Michael Cherney features contemporary landscapes by Arnold Chang (Chinese-American, b. 1954) and Michael Cherney (American, b. 1969), including solo and collaborative works that are profoundly rooted in the traditions of Chinese painting.
At Islamic courts, tents were symbols of royal power and prosperity; wealthy dynasties owned thousands of tents in various shapes and sizes. Tents were often presented as luxurious gifts but also pitched for imperial ceremonies and military campaigns, and while travelling.
The first in-depth exploration of the museum’s extensive, beautiful, and unique collection of American Pictorialist photography highlights work from this turn-of-the-twentieth-century international movement.
From silent films screened with piano accompaniment to the golden age of MTV filled with audacious and expensive music videos, music and the moving image have long been intertwined.
The Cleveland Museum of Art and the Royal Academy of Arts in London are organizing an innovative exhibition that examines the role of gardens in the paintings of Claude Monet and his contemporaries.
Throughout the history of art, artists have made exquisite renderings of the garden.
Drawn from the Cleveland Museum of Art’s renowned collection of Chinese paintings and in celebration of the museum’s 100th anniversary in 2016, this small but potent exhibition features ten masterworks of Chinese art.