5 Highly Anticipated Spring Art Exhibitions You Need To See

BY Taylor Transtrum | March 25, 2017 | Feature Features

Alas, spring is in the air - as is art. Here are five upcoming art exhibitions you won't want to miss.
Two highly anticipated exhibitions will be making their Phoenix Art Museum debut come April.

1. Longer Ways To Go: Photography of the American Road

Photographs spanning several decades show a story of survival, despair and Americana from the vantage point of life well-traveled alongside the American road in this collaborative exhibition by The Phoenix Art Museum and the University of Arizona’s Center for Creative Photography. Put into focus is a diverse body of photographers’ work, including the likes of Walker Evans; Dorothea Lange; Arthur Rothstein; Christopher Churchill; and Ansel Adams, to name a few. The exhibition will be on display at the Phoenix Art Museum from April 15 through Oct. 15. 1625 N. Central Ave., Phoenix, 602.257.1222

2. The Schorr Collection
For four decades, David and Hannah Lewis meticulously accumulated one of the most significant collections of Old Master and 19th-century paintings in the world. This April, the Phoenix Art Museum will display 30 select paintings from the collection, including The Lamentation (1558) by Pieter Jansz; Death of Seneca (c. 1625), by Gerard van Honthorst; and three series of artwork by Francisco Goya. Selections from the Schorr Collection will be on exhibition at the Phoenix Art Museum from April 26, 2017 through April 25, 2018. 1625 N. Central Ave., Phoenix, 602.257.1222

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