Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Rose announces fall exhibits

The Rose Art Museum at Brandeis University has announced that it plans to present "Atmospheric Conditions," a three-person exhibit featuring Eric Fischl, April Gornik and Bill Viola this September. The show, which is being organized by Rose Director of Museum Operations Roy Dawes, will display borrowed artworks, according to Andrew Gully, Brandeis's senior vice president of communications and external affairs.

Also in September, the Rose plans to offer "WaterWays," an exhibit showcasing works "that utilize water as form, muse, metaphor and inspiration" by John Marin, Fairfield Porter, Milton Avery, Neil Welliver and Roy Lichtenstein from the museum's permanent collection.

The Rose's current exhibit, "The Rose Art Museum at Brandeis: Works from the Collection" has been extended, and is now scheduled to run through June 20. Afterward the museum expects to close until the new shows open in September.


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