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This week, the Blanton embarked on the first major changes to the second-floor, permanent collection galleries since the building opened to the public in 2006. These changes will involve a complete re-configuration of the galleries and will feature artworks that have been recently acquired or that have rarely or never been on display, new labels in the galleries to help provide better context, new doorways to improve the flow between galleries, and new signs to help you get around. 

What does this mean for you? From now until February 2017, the upstairs galleries will be temporarily closed. But that doesn't mean you can't visit the museum! We'll still have special exhibitions downstairs and our usual events and programming. During this period, admission fees and hours will remain the same, and the Blanton will still be open Tuesday through Sunday for your viewing pleasure.

For a short period from January 31 through February 10, 2017, only the atrium will be accessible, free of charge, for visitors to enjoy while we put the finishing touches on the new Blanton. The entire museum will be closed on February 11 for our 2017 Gala, and the reimagined museum will reopen to the public on February 12.

Make sure to follow the Blanton on FacebookTwitter, and Instagram as we share more information about this project over the coming months, including a behind-the-scenes look at what will be changing in the museum.
Almost 200 years after the artist’s death, the work of Spanish court painter Francisco de Goya remains powerful, arresting, and pertinent. Addressing abuses of power and the ravages of war, Goya’s work shows his hope for Enlightenment principles as well as his dismay at the movement’s failures, especially its inability to prevent war and oppression. Goya: Mad Reason explores these dynamics across much of the artist’s printmaking career, highlighting his mastery of both idea and artistic expression. 
An immersive world of words, Xu Bing's Book from the Sky comprises hundreds of books and scrolls, all printed from a set of 4,000 characters invented and carved by the artist. Contrary to its resemblance to Chinese writing, the printed text is illegible even to Chinese readers and is completely devoid of meaning. In its first full-scale installation in Texas, Xu's Book from the Sky will challenge our faith in the written word and expose ways in which language can be vulnerable and culpable.
The first exhibition in the United States to examine this significant body of work, Warhol By the Book is a comprehensive examination of Andy Warhol’s extensive work in books—an overlooked but important facet of the artist's creativity and career. Featuring jacket covers, illustrations, drawings, screen prints, paintings, photographs, films, and several original books, the exhibition spans five decades of Warhol’s life and career as a visionary artist, including recent discoveries and many works on public view for the first time.
Blanton members always receive free admission to the museum and B scene, and a 10% discount in the Shop and Café. Join now!


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