Travel

Sunday @ SAM

In Vancouver, we are lucky to be able to pop down to Seattle – by car, by train – for the weekend. The Seattle Art Museum is a must-visit, with its striking range of exhibits.

Some of the wonderful modern and contemporary works we saw this last weekend:

Willem de Kooning. Woman.1943

Ernst Ludwig Kirchner. Frau und Mädchen.1922-3
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Arshile Gorky. How My Mother’s Embroidered Apron Unfolds in My Life. 1944
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Eva Hesse. No Title. 1964
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Robert Rauschenberg. Manuscript. 1963
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Robert Colescott. Les Demoiselles d’Alabama: Vestidas. 1985
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Katharina Fritsch. Mann und Maus. 1991-92
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Vancouver artist Brian Jungen. Broken Arrangement. 2015-16
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Alice Neel. Richard Lang. 1978
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Until May 23rd, SAM is hosting Seeing Nature. It’s an exhibit of 39 major European and American masterpieces from the private collection of Paul Allen – Microsoft Co-Founder and Philanthropist.

At the Seeing Nature exhibit, you’ll see Manet, Monet, J.M.W. Turner, Klimt, Hopper, Hockney, Georgia O’Keefe, Richter, Ruscha..

Written by Elizabeth Newton
www.creatorsvancouver.com

Header Image: Max Beckmann. The Pompeii Clowns. 1950

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