Brooklyn Museum of Art

Brooklyn Museum of Art,

museum in the borough of Brooklyn, N.Y. Its predecessors were the Brooklyn Apprentices' Library (1823), the Brooklyn Institute (1843), and the Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences (1890). Opened in 1897, the museum is located in a Beaux-Arts building designed by McKim, Mead, and White that has been substantially added to over the ensuing years, including a sweeping glass-roofed entrance pavilion (2004). The museum is particularly famous for its large collection of ancient Egyptian art and its Egyptological library; its fine collection of American decorative arts includes completely furnished period rooms. Among the other important features are the collections of arts of the Americas as well as Greek and Roman, Middle Eastern, Asian, African, and Pacific Island art; American and European costumes; a comprehensive collection of American painting, drawings, and sculpture; and a major print and photograph collection. The museum presents a variety of special exhibitions and has a large art library and auditorium.
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Mr Anatsui's installations are currently on display at the Brooklyn Museum of Art in New York - one of the few solo exhibitions of an African artist at a big institution in the United States in the last few decades.
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The Brooklyn Museum of Art bought the entirety of Sargent's 1909 exhibition, and the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston bought the entirety of a second (and final) showing of watercolors in 1912.
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He has curated and/or presented his work at the Brooklyn Museum of Art, the Museum of Contemporary Art, The Hammer Museum and other art institutions.
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Weeks' art is in the permanent collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; Smithsonian Institution National Museum of American Art, Washington, DC; Brooklyn Museum of Art, New York; Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha ( Nebraska); and the Portland Museum of Art, Maine.

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