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CMA is pleased to announce two new acquisitions, made possible by The Contemporaries. The Contemporaries is a special membership group at the Museum who share an interest in contemporary art and vote to select a new work of art for the collection each year. In honor of their 10th anniversary,…
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On the afternoon of August 12, 1916 writer and artist Jean Cocteau, a friend of Picasso, captured photos of his circle of friends on the streets and in the cafes of Paris using a recently introduced portable Kodak camera. Show us YOUR friends, your creative circle and the people who…
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Cubism was a revolutionary new approach to representing reality created by artists Pablo Picasso and George Braque. To celebrate the exhibition Picasso: The Great War, Experimentation and Change, Columbus Museum of Art,  Greater Columbus Arts Council and Art Makes Columbus campaign have partnered to create a new reality for Columbus. …
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  Art Historian Bridgette R. Alexander recently debuted her first young adult mystery novel Southern Gothic, which tells the story of 16-year-old Celine Caldwell as she uncovers mystery, theft, intrigue, murder, and blackmail at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. We chatted with Alexander in advance of her appearance next week at the Bexley…
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