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  AS I SEE THINGS

   WORKS BY CARL CLARK
Boca Raton Museum of Art.
Portraits from the Permanent Collection
Mandala: Sacred Circle in Tibetan Buddhism
Emerging Voices 11
Global Matrix III
A contemporary review of
fine art printmaking in all
media from around the
world, presented as a
traveling exhibition by the
A New Vision: Modernist Photography
Currier Museum of Art.  
Poetic Pastimes & the Art of Leisure
in Japan
Opens February 15, 2012
George Inness: Private Treasures.
Montclair Museum of Art
The Paintings of Louis Comfort Tiffany:
Works from a Long Island Collection
Queens Museum of Art. Moore’s photographs
depict the remains of an eroding US industrial base
amidst a strangely beautiful sense of decay.
Detroit Disassembled: Photographs by
Andrew Moore
Temple of Fancy: Pease's Great Variety
Store
Weegee: Murder Is My Business
Question Bridge: Black Males
The Art of Robert Stackhouse
Sanja Iveković: Sweet Violence
This exhibition brings together a historic group
of single-channel videos and media
installations
Infinite Jest: Caricature and Satire
from Leonardo to Levine
Living Art:  A. Conger Goodyear
and Sculpture
Richard Mosse: Falk Visiting Artist
Weatherspoon Art Museum.
Columbus Museum of Art.
Currents: Latifa Echakhch
Michelle Droll: Landslide - Between a Rock
and a Place
Liquid Light: Watercolors from the
KMA Collection
30 Americans
Lure of the Local:
Collecting the
Corridor, 2006-2011
Life and Body
Spencer Museum of Art, The University
of Kansas
Rembrandt in America
Light Years: Conceptual Art and the
Photograph, 1964–1977
MCA DNA: Gordon Matta-Clark
MAEP MAEP "Standards: Mark Ostapchuk"
and "90° South: Chris Willcox"
MICHAEL E. SMITH
Wilbur Niewald: The Studio Portrait
Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago.
Reflections of the Buddha
Princely Treasures: European
Masterpieces 1600-1800 from the
Victoria and Albert Museum
Frances Carroll Brown: Bitterroot
Portraits
Huma Bhabha
Frank Lloyd Wright:
Organic Architecture
for the 21st Century

This is a major exhibition that
offers a fresh perspective on
the celebrated architect’s
seven-decade career.
Phoenix Art Museum. Their works touch
on memory and nostalgia but are grounded in
the present and the reinterpretation of their
experiences as well as Mormon traditions and
practices.
Women, Windows, and the Word:
Diverging Perspectives on Islamic Art
Facing South: Portraits of Southern Artists
by Jerry Siegel

Orlando Museum of Art.
Hunt Slonem: An Expressive Nature
Celebrating Our Maritime Heritage:
A Coastal Holiday
Ansel Adams: The View from Here
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Aspen Art Museum. Artist
Huma Bhabha has become
well known for her visceral,
assemblage-based
sculptures.
The University of Arizona. The exhibition
highlights the work of the five founding
archive artists –Ansel Adams, Wynn
Bullock, Harry Callahan, Aaron Siskind,
and Frederick Sommer.
The University of Montana.
Cedar Rapids Museum of Art.
While initially acquiring work at the rate of
one or two pieces each year, the CRMA
collection has grown to more than 7,000
works of art.
Nassau County Museum of Art.
Now - April 1, 2012.
Emory University, Michael C. Carlos Museum.
Museum of Design Atlanta. Emerging
Voices is an annual portfolio-based citation
that seeks to acknowledge early-career
individuals and firms with distinct ‘voices’ that
demonstrate the potential to influence
architecture and design within the Atlanta
community.
Albany Institute of History & Art
Brooklyn Museum.
Akron Art Museum. Captivated by the idea of
“building” a landscape painting out of the junk that’
s found in the contemporary landscape, Kent area
artist Michelle Droll questions, “What do we
actually see when looking at landscape?”
Knoxville Museum of Art.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
The exhibition explores caricature and satire
in its many forms from the Italian
Renaissance to the present, drawn primarily
from the rich collection of this material in the
Museum's Department of Drawings and
Prints.
Newark Museum.
Albright-Knox Gallery.
Syracuse University Art Galleries.
Chrysler Museum of Art.
The Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts.
Reflections of the Buddha  is the first loan
exhibition of Pan-Asian Buddhist art in St.
Louis. It presents over twenty masterpieces
from seven important American collections.
Contemporary Art Museum, St. Louis.
Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art.
Oklahoma City Museum of Art.
Minneapolis Institute of Art.
The Arts of Survival: Folk Expression in
the Face of Natural Disaster
Jaune Quick-To-See Smith: Landscapes
Of An American Modernist
San Francisco Museum of
Modern Art.
Woven Identities of Japan
Now – January 28, 2012
Clark Center for Japanese Art and
Culture.
Woven Identities of Japan explores
various aspects of weaving, dyeing, and
decorative techniques as well as the various
materials used to produce textiles.
Florence and the Baroque:
Paintings from the Haukohl Family
Collection
Sun Works
Publicly Private: Enrico Natali and
Doug Rickard
Richard Diebenkorn: The Ocean Park
Series
Orange County Museum of Art  
Orange County, California.  
The Wonderful Wizard of Oz
Sight Specific: LACPS and the Politics of
Community
The Art of the Anatolian Kilim:
Highlights from the McCoy Jones
Collection
Ancient Chinese Bronze Mirrors from
the Lloyd Cotsen Collection
The Huntington Library, Art
Collections, and Botanical Gardens.
San Jose  Museum of Art.
Bernini's Medusa
This Kind of Bird Flies Backward:
Paintings by Joan Brown
The Albuquerque Museum of Art
& History.
Georgia O'Keeffe Museum.an exhibition of
the work of Jaune Quick-to See Smith, one of the
best-known Native America artists of the late
twentieth century. Born in Montana, Smith is an
enrolled Sqelix'u (Salish) member of the
Confederated Salish and Kootenai Nation. She
has lived and worked in New Mexico since 1976.
Cartoon Art Museum. We’re off to see the
Wizard! The Cartoon Art Museum celebrates The
Wonderful Wizard of Oz with an exhibition featuring
vintage newspaper tearsheets and original artwork
spanning over 100 years of classic comics.
The de Young Museum
Crocker Art Museum.
Legion of Honor.  San Francisco, CA
94121
Santa Barbara Museum
of Art.
USC Fisher Museum of Art.
Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific
Film Archive.
Mark Bradford
Diana Al-Hadid - Water Thief
Nevada Museum of Art
Reno, Nevada 89501
University of Washington
Seattle, WA 98195
Wolfgang Tillmans
Frye Art Museum
Li Chen,  Eternity and Commoner
Seattle, Washington 98104
Modern and Contemporary Art.
Now - May 13, 2012
Salt Lake City, UT 84112-0350
Missoula, MT 59802
Ansel Adams: A Legacy
Now - April 15, 2012
Utah Museum of Fine Arts
BAM's 75th Anniversary Exhibition
Phippen Gallery
Trappings of the American West
Now - through February 19, 2012
Prescott, AZ 86301
They Were Fighting for Our Freedom:
American and Soviet Propaganda Posters
of World War II. Now - March 19, 2012.
Evanston, IL   60208-2410
Envisioning the West
The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth
Kimbell Art Museum. Fort Worth, Texas
Caravaggio and His Followers in Rome
Art of the Dive/Portraits of the Deep
Imprinting the Divine: Byzantine & Russian
Icons from The Menil Collection
Houston, Texas 77006
Corpus Christi
Animal Instinct: The Photographs of
Daniel Lee
San Antonio Museum of Art
Madison Museum of Contemporary Art
Racine Art Museum
Kim Cridler: My Wisconsin Home
Think Inside the Box
Saturday, Nov 19, 2011 to Sunday, Jan 22, 2012
Wausau, WI
Meadows Museum at SMU- Dallas
Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum
Missoula Art Museum
Boise Art Museum
Ribera In A New Context. Now - January
15, 2012
Art Museum of South Texas
The Menil Collection
Block Museum of Art
National Cowboy & Western Heritage
Museum
Romare Bearden: Southern
Recollections
Tampa Museum of Art
Unlocking Art's Mysteries
February 10 - June 10, 2012
Boston University Art Gallery
Old Lyme, CT 06371
100 Years (version #4 Boston, 2012)  
Florence Griswold Museum
Home of American Impressionism
Greenwich, CT 06830-7157
100 Years of the Greenwich Arts
Society
Borders of Paradise: The New World
in the Eyes of Explorers
Maitland, FL  32751
Katherine Mitchell
The Museum of Contemporary
Art of Georgia
Atlanta, GA 30309
Saintly Blessings: A Gift of Mexican
Retablos from Joseph and Janet
Shein
Making Faces: Photographic Portraits
of Actors and Artists
The Art of the Book
Rockland, Maine 04841
The Walters Art Museum
Baltimore, MD 21201
Touch and the Enjoyment of
Sculpture: Exploring the Appeal of
Renaissance Statuettes
We Are the Ship: The Story of Negro
League Baseball
The Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art
Amherst, MA 01002
ISAAC JULIEN: TEN THOUSAND WAVES
Addison Gallery of American Art
Andover, MA
John Marin: Modernism at Midcentury
Cape Cod Museum of Art
Dennis, MA 02638
Nancy Ellen Craig: Of Face and Body
Fresh Figurines: A New Look at a
Historic Art Form. Now – February 5, 2012
Fuller Craft Museum Brockton,
MA 02301
Lyonel Feininger: Photographs,
1928–1939
Gift of a Lifetime: The James Pearson
Duffy collection.
On the Silk Road and the High Seas
University of Mississippi Museum
Oxford, MS  38655
Lauren Rogers Museum of Art
Laurel, Mississippi
Southern Journeys: African American
Artists of the South
January 28 - March 16, 2012
COMPULSIVE REPETITION
The Shore Institute of the
Contemporary Arts
Long Branch, NJ 07740
Reflections: Portraits by Beverly McIver
Andrew Fullwood: ORIGINS
Taft Museum of Art
Cincinnati, OH
Impressions and Improvisations:
The Prints of Romare Bearden
Charline von Heyl. Now-February
19, 2012
Chadds Ford, PA 19317
Comic Catharsis: A Gift of Cartoons by
William Steig
January 21 through March 11, 2012
Philadelphia, PA 19141
Jane Irish
Winter 2011-2012
Gibbes Museum of Art
Charleston, SC
The Art of Alfred Hutty
Sweet Briar, VA 24595
This Green Earth: Landscapes from
the Permanent Collection
January 20-April 1, 2012 Anne Gary Pannell
Center Gallery
Bruce Museum
Now to May 12, 2012:
Transcending Traditions: The Next
Generation and Maine Indian Basketry
Hudson Museum of The University of
Maine at Orono
Art & History Museums of Maitland
Sweet Briar College
Institute of Contemporary Art
University of Pennsylvania
Museum of Art / NC State
Brandywine River Museum
Portland Museum of Art
Hickory Museum of Art
Hickory, NC 28601
Lowe Art Museum, University of Miami
The Institute of Contemporary Art -
Boston
LaSalle University Art Museum
Farnsworth Art Museum
Raleigh NC 27695
Detroit Institute of Art
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Soundscapes of the Border and the Border
Centennial Project: An Exhibition and
Symposium
Tucson
The University of Arizona Museum
of Art
Harvard Art Museums
Winter edition, 2011
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A compendium of U.S. Art Museums holding exhibitions  
in 4Q, 2011
Email: director@artjury.com
Andrew Wyeth: Looking Beyond
Museum of Modern Art, New York
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Ed Ruscha: On The Road
Sven Froekjaer-Jensen
unveils his works in Europe
NORDIC DREAMING
Emerging Artists and Their  Art
  Lifting the Curtain of Anonymity  
Emerging Artists
Critically Acclaimed Works
Romance Maker: The Watercolors
of 
Charles M. Russell
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Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art
Purdue University Galleries.
This is an innovative video installation
created by artists Hank Willis Thomas and
Chris Johnson in collaboration with Bayeté
Ross Smith and Kamal Sinclair.
Bang! Thwack! Plop!
Comics: an Influence on Contemporary
Art
E Pluribus Unum: Artists Picture
Society
Art Institute of Chicago.  
Francesca Woodman
A Walk in the Wild: Continuing John
Muir's Journey
Oakland Museum of California
Amon Carter Museum of American Art
 
Fort Worth, TX
The Cleveland Museum
of Art
International Center of Photography
The Invention of Glory
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art.
Dallas Museum of Art.
Denver Art Museum
Lowe Art Museum of Miami, Florida.
Polk Museum of Art, Florida
Mobile Museum of Art.
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The thrill of creation: when the outside
ceases to exist and the membrane
concealing our inner life becomes
transparent:    
FRED SMILDE  
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Cynthia Fleury
Now Showing
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February 3, 2012, opens in the Ingram Gallery.
This impressive exhibition features over 100
different works by 75 profound American artists,
and surveys art from late 19th century
Romanticism to mid-twentieth-century Abstract
Expressionism.
Frist Center for the Visual Arts
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THE BELIEVING BRAIN:   
From Ghosts and Gods to Politics and
Conspiracies---    How we construct
beliefs and reinforce them as truths.     
Michael Shermer, PhD
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Contributing writer Milt Masur reviews :
Reader comments from previous Milt Masur reviews:
"'Critical Mess' was a pleasant read. It points up what I
have long held as truth, that oftentimes contemporary art
sells because of someone's marketing genius and not
because of critical understanding of comparative values."
J. Long, San Diego, California.

"This is in regards to 'Critical Mess.'  What's wrong with
just going to an art museum and enjoying art because you
like its appearance? It is absurd to think that art must first
be wrapped in layers of criticism before it becomes
'approved' for someone to view." H. Stankowitz, Waltham,
Massachusetts.

"Having lived 'down under' all my life I had an opportunity
some time back to attend a lecture by Denis Dutton . That
presentation was just as interesting and a spur for greater
research into artistic understanding as his later book.
Shame he is no longer with us. Quite a loss." M. Wilson,
NSW, Australia
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To See as Artists See: American Art from
the Phillips Collection
Nashville
Contributing writer
Michele L. Bechtell,

Director of the Madison Museum
of Fine Art, Madison, Georgia,
offers some potent advice to
BRIDGING THE GAP
Emerging Artists who set their sights on art
museum showings.
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