March 9 - June 1, 2014
Samurai: Beyond the Sword
Discover the artist behind the armor. Samurai: Beyond the Sword explores artworks that project the image of the samurai not only as fierce warriors but also as patrons of the arts and sophisticated artists and scholars. Tickets are on sale now.
Noah's Ark: Genesis, 1984
“One of my favorite works in the collection is Noah’s Ark by Charles McGee. I’ve been drawn to the work for over 16 years. It lived in Prentis Court when I was first introduced to it. I actually miss it being displayed in a large space. Several things about Noah’s Ark appeal to me. McGee’s a local artist, someone you get to see around town. There’s the earthy colors, its size and the materials: cloth, rope, a bumble bee. The features and proportions of the people are fascinating and beautiful. I particularly like their eyes and skin tone. ”
Ken Morris, Assistant Evaluator
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- #InsideOut is officially installed for spring 2014! Visit http://t.co/8Gucryg3oI for a list of locations and downloadable maps.4/16/2014 9:24:43 PM
- Denise Wolff, Photobook editor at @aperturemag, will give a free talk at the DIA this Thursday at 7: http://t.co/QAq2cBrVmq.4/15/2014 9:21:08 PM
- The British Arrows (British TV Advertising Awards) return to the DFT! See a screening today or next weekend: http://t.co/1OXyVFhelc.4/13/2014 1:01:08 PM
- The DIA Blog — Explore the museum like never before, through the eyes of museum staff.
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