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November Issue 2010

Weatherspoon Art Museum in Greensboro, NC, Shows City's Art Collections

The Weatherspoon Art Museum at The University of North Carolina at Greensboro, NC, is pleased to present the exhibition Inquiring Eyes: Greensboro Collects Art, on view through Dec. 12, 2010.

The Weatherspoon has played a major role in educating, encouraging, and promoting the community's cultural growth and, just as the museum's collection has developed over the years, a good number of private collections have grown into important local resources as well. Divided into seven themes, this survey exhibition features impressive artwork from the 20th and 21st centuries. While some artists may be familiar to viewers, due to name recognition or having been featured in past Weatherspoon programs, others will be fresh delights.

The exhibition features 111 artists, 128 works - from 52 private Greensboro art collections.

Artists with works in the exhibit include: Berenice Abbott, Ansel Adams, Philip Kwame Apagya, Milton Avery, Walter Barker, Julian Barrow, Georg Baselitz, David Loren Bass, Pinky Bass and Clara Couch, Romare Bearden, Lynda Benglis, Thomas Hart Benton, Louise Bourgeois, Warren Brandt, Robert Broderson, Judith K. Brodsky, Charles Burchfield, Paul Cadmus, Mark Calderon, Paul Caponigro, Gilbert "Bert" Carpenter, Mary Cassatt, Janice Caswell, Elizabeth Catlett, Christo and Jeanne-Claude, Willie Cole, Claribel Cone, Emilio Cruz, Elliott Daingerfield, Judy Dater, Willem de Kooning, Steve DiBenedetto, Arthur Dove, Sam Durant, Homer Ellertson, Franklin Evans, Minnie Evans, León Ferrari, Howard Finster, Walton Ford, Lynn Geesaman, William Glackens, Nan Goldin, Jon Goodman, Adolph Gottlieb, Deborah Grant, Avery Handly, Al Held, Jim Hodges, Frank Holliday, Robert Indiana, Enio Iommi, Bill Jensen, Donald Judd, Yves Klein, Ida Kohlmeyer, Kathe Kollwitz, Lee Krasner, Walter Kuhn, Yasuo Kuniyoshi, Yayoi Kusama, Fernand Leger, Norman Lewis, Roy Lichtenstein, George Luks, Brice Marden, John Marin, Reginald Marsh, Andy Martin, Henri Matisse, John McGiff, Kenneth Hayes Miller, Joan Miro, Joan Mitchell, George L.K. Morris, Robert Motherwell, N. Mouterais, Susan Mullally, Eadweard Muybridge, Jerome Myers, Elie Nadelman, Louise Nevelson, Gabriel Orozco, Mary Parker, Philip Pearlstein, Hobson Pittman, Katherine Porter, Robert Rauschenberg, Arthur Rothstein, Ludwig Sander, John Singer Sargent, Frank S. Savastano, Miriam Schapiro, Michael Schultz, George Segal, Jim Sherraden, John Sloan, Raphael Soyer, Francis Speight, Will Henry Stevens, Bill Thompson, George Tice, Elihu Vedder, Jacques Villon, Abraham Walkowitz, Merry Moor Winnett, Bruce Yonemoto, Purvis Young, and Lloyd Ziff.

For further information check our NC Institutional Gallery listings, call the Museum at 336/334-5770 or visit (www.weatherspoon.uncg.edu).


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