Our City, Our Collection: Building the Museum’s Lasting Legacy

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Hans Hofmann (American, born Germany, 1880–1966). Provincetown Number One, 1937. Oil on board. Oklahoma City Museum of Art. Museum purchase from the Beaux Arts Society Fund for Acquisitions, 1976.005, © 2015 Estate of Hans Hofmann / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

Hans Hofmann (American, born Germany, 1880–1966). Provincetown Number One, 1937. Oil on board. Oklahoma City Museum of Art. Museum purchase from the Beaux Arts Society Fund for Acquisitions, 1976.005, © 2015 Estate of Hans Hofmann / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

Thru August 28

From okcmoa.com:

In celebration of the many extraordinary acquisitions that have made the Oklahoma City Museum of Art the premier collecting institution in central Oklahoma, the exhibition Our City, Our Collection: Building the Museum’s Lasting Legacy tells the story of the Museum’s history as a series of transformative gifts, bequests, and acquisitions. Beginning with the Works Projects Administration’s donation of twenty-eight works of art to Oklahoma City in 1942, Our City, Our Collection explores the Museum’s rich permanent collection as one of our community’s most important cultural assets. Included in the exhibition are some of the world’s most significant artists: Georgia O’Keeffe, Rembrandt van Rijn, Gustave Courbet, Marcel Duchamp, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Alexander Calder, John Singleton Copley, Andrew Wyeth, Roy Lichtenstein, Dale Chihuly, and many, many more. This is the Museum’s legacy to our city.

For more information visit okcmoa.com.

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