The 2014 Fall Arts season…

New York City’s Brooklyn Museum and Metropolitan Museum of Art; Philadelphia’s Museum of Art; and Washington, DC’s The Phillips Collection, to name just a few, all introduced a number of new exhibitions.

Killer Heels-01
Christian Louboutin, “Printz,” 2013 / Featured in the Brooklyn Museum’s “Killer Heels : 400 Years of Provocative Shoes.”
Bartholomeus Spranger
Bartholomeus Spranger, “Angelica and Medoro,” ca.1600 / Featured in The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s “Bartholomeus Spranger : Splendor and Eroticism in Imperial Prague.”
Kimono
Utagawa Kokunimasa, 1874–1944, “Swimming at Ōiso, Distant Views of Mount Fuji,” 1893 / Featured in The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s “Kimono : A Modern History.”
Paul Strand
Paul Strand, “Wall Street,” (1915.) / Featured in the Philadelphia Museum of Art’s “Paul Strand : Master of Modern Photography.”
Neoimpressionism
Paul Signac, “Place des Lices, St. Tropez, Opus 242,” 1893 / Featured in The Phillips Collection’s “Neo-Impressionism and the Dream of Realities : Painting, Poetry, Music.”

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