• Buddha and Shiva, Lotus and Dragon

    Masterworks from the Rockefeller Collection at Asia Society

    FOUR VENUES IN 2020–2021

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  • The Studio Museum in Harlem

    Fifty Years of Collecting

    SIX VENUES IN 2019–2021

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  • Art of the Lega

    Meaning and Metaphor in Central Africa

    Available through 2019

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  • Victorian Radicals

    From the Pre-Raphaelites to the Arts & Crafts Movement

    SIX VENUES IN 2018–20

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  • Transatlantic Encounters

    Latin American Artists in Paris Between the Wars, 1918–39

    Three Venues in 2019–2020

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  • Matisse Drawings

    Curated by Ellsworth Kelly from The Pierre and Tana Matisse Foundation Collection

    One more venue Spring-Summer 2018

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  • Buddha and Shiva, Lotus and Dragon

    FOUR VENUES IN 2020–2021

    Masterworks from the Rockefeller Collection at Asia Society

  • The Studio Museum in Harlem

    SIX VENUES IN 2019–2021

    Fifty Years of Collecting

  • Art of the Lega

    Available through 2019

    Meaning and Metaphor in Central Africa

  • Victorian Radicals

    SIX VENUES IN 2018–20

    From the Pre-Raphaelites to the Arts & Crafts Movement

  • Transatlantic Encounters

    Three Venues in 2019–2020

    Latin American Artists in Paris Between the Wars, 1918–39

  • Matisse Drawings

    One more venue Spring-Summer 2018

    Curated by Ellsworth Kelly from The Pierre and Tana Matisse Foundation Collection

EVENTS

 

Day of Art: Hamptons

Thursday, July 27, 2017
10 am-5 pm
SOLD OUT!

Join Pauline Willis, director of the AFA, at our annual summer event in the Hamptons. This art-filled day features celebrated private collections, lunch, and studio visits.

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“Women Artists in Paris, 1850-1900” and their Contemporary Counterparts

September 7, 2017
6-8 pm
The Cultural Services of The French Embassy
972 5th Avenue, NYC
Free. RSVP Required

In this conversation organized on occasion of the exhibition Women Artists in Paris, 1850-1900, Laurence Madeline, the exhibition’s curator, and Bridget Alsdorf, scholar and catalogue contributor, will discuss the work and status of women artists in nineteenth-century Paris and the relationship between that historical moment and contemporary developments.

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