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August eNews from the Blanton: Reinstallation Roundup, Madam C.J. Walker, Third Thursday

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In this issue of the Blanton's eNews: Updates on the Blanton's reinstallation progress, two world-class exhibitions on view, Beat the Rush returns with a dynamic performer, Madam C.J. Walker comes to the Blanton, plus a Third Thursday to help you beat the August heat. Read on!
In July, the Blanton embarked on a reimagining of the museum's permanent collection, opening in February 2017. While the upstairs galleries have been temporarily closed, there's still a lot going on! The Blanton's team has been hard at work removing artworks from the walls and storing them in advance of major construction work. Most recently, El Anatsui's Seepage was temporarily deinstalled from the wall, rolled up, and stored—and we were there to capture the action! Head over to our Facebook page to see more photos and a description of the deinstallation process, and make sure to follow the Blanton on Twitter and Instagram for more reinstallation updates.

Images by AzulOx Visuals.

While the Blanton embarks on the reinstallation, there is still world-class art to see downstairs! Goya: Mad Reason features nearly 150 prints and paintings by renowned Spanish court painter Francisco de Goya. On view through September 25, the series of prints comprising Goya: Mad Reason—borrowed from Yale University Art Gallery’s distinguished Arthur Ross Collection—illustrate the artist’s mastery of forms and concepts as he grappled with the changing political and intellectual landscape of his native Spain in the early nineteenth century. Select paintings on loan from the Kimbell Art Museum, the Meadows Museum, and the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston further punctuate Goya: Mad Reason thematically and visually, offering new and insightful ways of understanding the artist’s prints.

This exhibition is organized by the Blanton Museum of Art.

Support for this exhibition is provided by Jessica and Jimmy Younger and the Samuel H. Kress Foundation, with additional support from the Yale University Art Gallery’s Collection-Sharing Initiative, endowed by the Isabel B. Wilson Memorial Fund.

Image by AzulOx Visuals.

Also on view at the Blanton is Xu Bing: Book from the Sky, a monumental installation by celebrated Chinese artist Xu Bing. Regarded as one of the masterpieces of twentieth-century Chinese art, Book from the Sky ushered in the avant-garde movement in post-Mao era China. It also won Xu Bing international recognition, including the prestigious MacArthur Foundation “Genius” Award. Since its completion in the early 1990s, this profound meditation on the nature of language has been exhibited globally, a testimony to its provocative power and ability to engage viewers beyond its original context. On view through January 22, 2017.

This exhibition is organized by the Blanton Museum of Art.

Generous funding for this exhibition is provided by the E. Rhodes and Leona B. Carpenter Foundation, with additional support provided by The Freeman Foundation, the Robert Lehman Foundation, and donors who contributed to the 2014 Annual Fund.


Image by AzulOx Visuals.

A staple of every Third Thursday, Beat the Rush is a series of free gallery concerts in which musicians perform in response to the paintings, drawings, and sculptures on display and discuss how their music is inspired by visual art. This month, join us for music by former Austin resident, cellist, and singer-songwriter Najeeb Sabour who performs at 5:30 p.m. on August 18.


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