The Cincinnati Art Museum presents A Taste of Duveneck (Cincinnati Art Museum Press Release, May 14, 2015)
Northern Baroque Splendor showcases rare collection of 17th century Dutch and Flemish art (Cincinnati Art Museum Press Release, May 11, 2015)
Cincinnati Art Museum Curator’s Cincinnati Silver: 1788–1940 receives book award (Cincinnati Art Museum Press Release, April 22, 2015)
Cincinnati Art Museum acquires contemporary glasswork by Beth Lipman (Cincinnati Art Museum Press Release, April 20, 2015)
Human-Altered Landscapes explores environmental changes through photography (Cincinnati Art Museum Press Release, April 2, 2015)
April 2 – August 2, 2015
For the first time on record, the Cincinnati Art Museum brings together Andy Warhol’s three known paintings of baseball players, each of whom rose to the level of pop celebrity during his lifetime. Discover these consummate examples of Pop portraiture by a seminal figure in the Pop Art movement.
Image: Andy Warhol (American, b.1928, d.1987); Pete Rose, 1985; Painting, acrylic on canvas with silk screen image; 4 panels, each 54 x 44 in. (137.2 x 111.8 cm); Museum Purchase: Bequest of Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Wichgar; 1985.208a-d; © 2015 The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, Inc. / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York
Through April 2016
The Cincinnati Art Museum and ArtWorks are pleased to present a collaborative project featuring local artist Anthony Luensman. C A M P G R O U N D, on view now through April 2016, is a large-scale, animated neon installation on the west wall of the French Wing at the Cincinnati Art Museum.
On View Now
A new permanent collection gallery, located on the Museum’s second-floor ambulatory, will display approximately 35 pieces from the Nancy and David Wolf Collection of contemporary art in ceramics, glass and wood, and will be periodically rotated to feature new selections. Since the 2009 exhibition Outside the Ordinary which featured selections from their nationally-recognized collection, the Wolfs have gifted over 200 works of art to the Cincinnati Art Museum, positioning our institution as one of the foremost centers for the study and enjoyment of contemporary craft.
Image: Pink Loop, 1983, Harvey K. Littleton (1922–2013), United States, blown and cased glass, Cincinnati Art Museum, The Nancy and David Wolf Collection, 2009.98, © Harvey Littleton
June 27 - September 20, 2015
The Hohenbuchau Collection is one of the largest collections of Northern Baroque art assembled in recent decades, and it is now on long-term loan to the Prince of Liechtenstein’s Museum in Vienna. This exhibition offers examples of Dutch and Flemish seventeenth-century paintings in virtually all genres—history painting, portraiture, genre, landscape, seascape, still life, animal painting, and hunting scenes.
Image: Abraham van Beyeren (The Hague 1620/21–1690 Overschie), Banquet Still Life, possibly mid-1660s, oil on canvas, HOHENBUCHAU COLLECTION, on permanent loan to LIECHTENSTEIN. The Princely Collections, Vienna, HB 23
April 18 – July 19, 2015
The Cincinnati Art Museum’s newest special feature, Human-Altered Landscapes, celebrates the influence of a generation of artists who, during the 1960s and ’70s, created a new kind of landscape photography. Just in time for Earth Day, this display provides an opportunity for visitors to witness how photographers interpret today’s landscapes.
Image: Edward Burtynsky, Silver Lake Operations #14 [Lake Lefroy, Western Australia], 2008, Chromogenic Print, 48 x 60 in. (121.9 x 152.4 cm), Museum Purchase: On to the Second Century Endowment, John J. Emery Memorial Fund, and various funds, © and courtesy Edward Burtynsky