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Visiting our Sister City

Visiting our Sister City

A week ago I traveled via Rome to Genoa, Italy where I accompanied two of our European paintings, an 1888 Claude Monet view of The Mediterranean and a 1923 Chaim Soutine Landscape at Cagnes.  Both paintings are part of the Read More…

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Witnessing the Magic

Witnessing the Magic

Working at a museum means that the extraordinary can become the mundane. I sometimes lose sight of how special an art experience can be because it is part of my daily life. Today I had the chance to see art Read More…

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How do museum directors spend their weekends?

How do museum directors spend their weekends?

This past weekend, I traveled to Chicago for SOFA (Sculpture, Objects & Functional Art Fair). This was the 17th year of the event and it was incredible as always. While I was there, I stopped in to the Art Institute Read More…

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Worth the trip to Cincy

Worth the trip to Cincy

I recently had the good fortune to visit the Cincinnati Art Museum, where there is an important and stunning exhibition of six major full-length portraits and one seated portrait (the famous one of Mrs. Siddons) all by the 18th century Read More…

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