Member Preview Party

April 4, 2024
5:00–8:00 PM

Location: CMA

This spring, we invite you to step into the worlds of Robin F. Williams and Marie Laurencin—artists born a century apart yet connected by their powerful portrayals of women in art.

This member-exclusive evening includes exhibition previews, light hors d’oeuvres, cash bar, and a curator-led gallery talk.

Members get free admission, access to member-only exhibition previews, and more.
Not a member? Join today!

Please RSVP in advance.
Call 614.629.0363 with questions.


Marie Laurencin, Woman Painter and Her Model (Femme peinte et son modèle), 1921. Oil on canvas. François Odermatt Collection. © Fondation Foujita / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / ADAGP, Paris 2023

Marie Laurencin: Sapphic Paris

Beginning in the early 20th century, French artist Marie Laurencin created a unique pictorial world that placed women at the center of modern art. Organized by the Barnes Foundation in Philadelphia, Sapphic Paris is the first major US exhibition of Laurencin’s work in over 30 years and was hailed as one of the world’s top exhibitions in 2023 by Hyperallergic.
Robin F. Williams, Cold Brew, 2018. Oil and acrylic on panel. Courtesy the Marquez Family Collection. Image courtesy of the artist and P·P·O·W, New York

Robin F. Williams: We’ve Been Expecting You

We’ve Been Expecting You is the first solo institutional exhibition featuring the work of Columbus-born, Brooklyn-based artist Robin F. Williams. Featuring works created over a seventeen-year period, the exhibition highlights recurring themes in Williams’ work including the body, gender and identity expression, digital trends and artificial intelligence, folklore, and the supernatural.
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