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Wed February 5, 2014
Reynolda House Opens a Season of Modernism
The Reynolda House Museum of American Art is poised to kick off this spring’s Season of Modernism with an exciting new exhibit: American Moderns, 1910-1960: From O’Keefe to Rockwell. Reynolda House is one of only two venues in the entire Southeast to feature this touring exhibition organized by the Brooklyn Museum in New York. The 53 paintings and four sculptures from the exhibition by well-known early 20th artists like Georgia O’Keefe, Stuart Davis, Grandma Moses and Norman Rockwell will be on view at the same time as works in Reynolda’s collection by the same artists. Reynolda Curator Allison Slaby spoke with David Ford about this rare opportunity to view these works side by side.
The exhibition American Moderns, 1910-1960: From O’Keefe to Rockwell opens Friday, February 7th and will remain on view through May 4th. Visitors can learn even more from local art scholars in their 90-second videos available on the Museum’s website.