Inside American Moderns on Paper

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This Week in the Arts has posted a great podcast interview with Elizabeth Kornhauser, curator of the exhibition American Moderns on Paper: Masterworks from the Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, which is now open at the Carter. She provides a lot of great background information about the artists in the show, how exhibitions are organized, and why these works are rarely seen by the public.

American Moderns on Paper: Masterworks from the Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art will be on view in the Carter's special exhibition galleries February 27-May 30, after which it travels to the Portland Museum of Art in Maine and back home to the Wadsworth Atheneum in Hartford, Connecticut.

Edited to add: you can also read a great review of this exhibition in the Star-Telegram.

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It is my last day in town and I thought, I think I'll go see the works on paper at the Amon Carter. Wow! So worth the time and trip to Fort Worth. I cannot thank the Amon Carter enough for this special exhibit. Exhilarating. The viewing glass was much appreciated so that I could study techniques and rendering up close and personal: Hopper, Marin, O'Keefe, DeMuth, Homer, Prendergast, and more. Couldn't get enough and I can't wait to see more when I return.

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