Including more than 40 works, this exhibition looks at private art collecting through history and the eyes of Tulsa collector George R. Kravis II. While Kravis’s design collection is nationally renowned, his fine art collection has rarely been exhibited. The selection of paintings, works on paper, sculpture, and furniture is accompanied by pairings of the collector’s comments and anecdotes about his collection with discussions on the collecting and the critical reception of modern and contemporary art.
March 2 | 5 to 7 pm at the OSU Museum of Art
Panel Discussion: Vanishing Fences
March 30 | The panel will address the breakdown in boundaries and crossovers within the fields of fine art, craft, and design. 5 pm.
Lunch + Learn: Arlette Klaric
April 7 | Exhibition curator Arlette Klaric will discuss her curatorial inspiration, process, and insights.12 pm
Lunch + Learn: Lisa Maione
April 19 | Exhibition graphic designer Lisa Maione will discuss the development of the exhibition graphics, concepts, and catalogue. 12 pm.
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Generous support for this exhibition has been provided by: John C. Smith, Patrick M. Smith, Jim Vallion, Richard L. Phillips, Sally R. Mann, The Albert and Hete Barthelmes Foundation, Melissa B. Fell, Michelle and Clark Wiens, Robert H. Duenner III, Rick B. Holder & Holbrook Lawson, Theresa M. Collins, A Friend of the Kravis Design Center, OSU Museum of Art Advocates, and the OSU/A&M Board of Regents.