CLEVELAND (December 16, 2011) – For the first time in museum history, the Cleveland Museum
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CLEVELAND (June 22, 2011) – The Cleveland Museum of Art will showcase works of art by Fu Baoshi, a preeminent figure in twentieth-
CLEVELAND (June 23, 2016) – The Cleveland Museum of Art (CMA) has announced the appointment of Clarissa von Spee as Curator of Chi
The Cleveland Museum of Art presents Beijing: Contemporary and Imperial: Photographs by Lois Conner, an exhibition of 33 panoramic photographs that reveal the evolution of modern Beijing and its cultural landscapes. Using a 7-by-17-inch camera, Conner produces platinum and pigment ink prints that evoke Chinese scrolls and traditional landscape painting. The exhibition is on view from Sunday, March 30 to Sunday, June 29, 2014 in the photography gallery.
Cleveland, OH (April 15, 2016) On Wednesday, April 20, The Cleveland Museum of Art’s Womens Council will host “East Meets West: Th
CLEVELAND (Dec. 9, 2010) — The Cleveland Museum of Art has long been a preeminent collector and presenter of Asian art.
The Cleveland Museum of Art announces the appointment of Beau Rutland to the position of Assistant Curator of Contemporary Art. Rutland will be tasked with further developing the museum’s contemporary art program with Associate Curator of Contemporary Art, Reto Thüring, including planning exhibitions at the museum and the Transformer Station and new rotations of the permanent collection in the museum’s contemporary art galleries. Rutland will start at the museum on September 30, 2013.
The Cleveland Museum of Art continues to collect artworks of exceptional aesthetic and historical significance, strengthening a comprehensive collection that is widely considered to be one of the finest of its type in the country. Some of the most recent major purchases include an oil painting by Max Beckmann, a leading figure in the German Expressionist and New Objectivity movements, and rare garments from the Mbuun people of the Democratic Republic of the Congo and from the Hausa or Nupe people of Nigeria or Niger. Notable gifts include the entire “Social Graces” series published by renowned photographer Larry Fink in 1984, and a Song dynasty marbled bowl created in response to glassware imported from areas like Persia, to the west of China.
The Cleveland Museum of Art presents Tantra in Buddhist Art, an exhibition that explores the concepts and characteristics of Tantra, a system of esoteric techniques used to reach the Buddhist spiritual goal of enlightenment, through twenty objects. It includes some of the earliest representations from India and works from as far away as Indonesia, Cambodia, Tibet and Japan. The exhibition reveals the importance of this tradition across Asia and showcases tantric practices of visualization in yogic meditation, repetition of codified syllables (mantras) and prolific use of diagrams and images.