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Palm Springs Museum Exhibit: UNSETTLED | Art on the New Frontier

 

 

Unsettled is a sweeping presentation of contemporary art by more than 75 artists living or working in the Greater West. This provocative exhibition looks to the future while also honoring the past and those who created cultures and places millennia before it was declared ‘unsettled.’



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Palm Springs Museum Exhibit: Favorite Things: Glass from the Collection of Arlene and Harold Schnitzer

 

 

Well known for their distinctive collections of painting and sculpture by Northwest artists, Chinese funerary arts, Native American arts, and American silver, Arlene and her late husband, Harold, also assembled an astute and personal glass collection. This exhibition is the first public showing in California of selections from this collection.



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Palm Springs Museum Exhibit: Lines in the Sand

 

Lines in the Sand explores the history of the desert through our relationship to the land, environment, and community.



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Ginny Ruffner, Beauty as a Militant Pediment, 1990, lampwork glass and paint, Collection of Arlene and Harold Schnitzer. Photo credit Dan Kvitka (Portland, Oregon).Ginny Ruffner, Beauty as a Militant Pediment, 1990, lampwork glass and paint, Collection of Arlene and Harold Schnitzer. Photo credit Dan Kvitka (Portland, Oregon).

This exhibition is the first public showing in California of selections from Arlene and Harold Schnitzers’s extensive glass collection. Well known for their distinctive collections of painting and sculpture by Northwest artists, Chinese funerary arts, Native American arts, and American silver, Arlene and her late husband, Harold, also assembled an astute and personal glass collection. Their holdings include works by international as well as local artists recognized as the finest in their regions. Favorite Thingsis comprised of exactly that: twenty-five of Arlene’s favorite pieces that reflect a wide diversity of glass techniques and aesthetic styles found in contemporary glass.

This exhibition was organized by Palm Springs Art Museum and curated by Katherine Hough, retired Chief Curator. Special thanks to Arlene Schnitzer and her Collections Manager Laurie LaBathe for their guidance, and to The Harold & Arlene Schnitzer CARE Foundation for their generous exhibition support.

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  11.17.18 - 03.31.19 Palm Springs Art Museum - Kaplan-Ostergaard Wing
  Reprinted with permission Palm Springs Art Museum

   
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