Art Across America

ARIZONA

Tucson

Tucson Museum of Art

El Alma del Pueblo: Spanish Folk Art and Its Transformation in the Americas

Through Aug. 2.

www.azstarnet.com/~tmaedu/index.html

CALIFORNIA

Los Angeles

Los Angeles County Museum of Art

Rhapsodies in Black: Art of the Harlem Renaissance

July 15-Sept. 13.

Explores the Harlem Renaissance and its influence on the culture of early-20th-century America and Europe.

www.lacma.org

UCLA Armand Hammer Museum

Architecture of Reassurance: Designing the Disney Theme Parks

Through Aug. 2.

San Diego

San Diego Museum of Art

Monet: Late Paintings of Giverny From the Muse Marmottan

June 27-Aug. 30.

Blockbuster exhibit of 22 paintings.

www.sddt.com/sdma.html

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

National Gallery of Art

Alexander Calder

Through July 12.

Works from one of the great innovators of 20th century.

Manet, Monet, and the Gare Saint-Lazare

Through Sept. 20.

Emphasizes the Saint-Lazare station and its influence on Impressionist painters.

Mark Rothko

Through Aug. 16.

Retrospective emphasizes the artist's surrealist and classic periods. Includes 100 works dating from 1920s to 1970.

www.nga.gov

National Portrait Gallery

Faces of TIME

Through Aug. 2.

Seventy-five works commissioned by distinguished artists for the cover of Time.

www.npg.si.edu

The Phillips Collection

Richard Diebenkorn

Through Aug. 16.

Most comprehensive survey to date of the American artist.

GEORGIA

Atlanta

High Museum of Art

Roy DeCarava: A Retrospective

Through Sept. 19.

Surveys 200 works spanning half a century by one of the major figures in postwar American photography.

www.high.org

ILLINOIS

Chicago

Museum of Contemporary Art

Chuck Close

Through Sept. 13.

Surveys full spectrum of this American artist's career.

www.mcchicago.org

MAINE

Portland

Portland Museum of Art

Monet to Matisse: Responses to the Rivera

June 25-Oct. 18.

Highlights artists active on the French Riviera.

www.portlandmuseum.org

MASSACHUSETTS

Andover

Addison Gallery of American Art

Arthur Dove: A Retrospective

Through July 14.

Surveys career of the 20th-century American Modernist.

Williamstown

Sterling & Francine Clark Art Institute

Degas and the Little Dancer

Through Sept. 7.

Focuses on evolution of his famous bronze sculpture 'Little Dancer, Fourteen Years Old.'

www.clark.williams.edu

NEW HAMPSHIRE

Hanover

Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College

Jasper Johns: Process and Printmaking

Through July 5.

Examines creative process behind the artist's prints.

NEW YORK

New York

Whitney Museum of American Art

Andrew Wyeth

Through Aug. 30.

Highlights landscapes of this significant American artist.

www.echonyc.com/~whitney

OREGON

Portland

Portland Art Museum

Splendors of Ancient Egypt

Through Aug. 16.

One of the largest exhibits of ancient Egyptian art to visit the US.

www.pam.org

Texas

Fort Worth

Kimbell Art Museum

King of the World: A Mughal Manuscript From the Royal Library, Windsor Castle

Through Aug. 23.

Rare exhibit of illustrated manuscript 'Padshahnama,' commissioned in 1639 by Mughal emperor Shah Jahan.

www.kimbellart.org

WASHINGTON

Seattle

Seattle Art Museum

Thomas Moran

Through Aug. 30.

Retrospective of this 19th-century painter best known for Western landscapes.

www.sam.trpl.org

- From the '1998 Traveler's Guide to Art Museum Exhibitions: Tenth Anniversary Edition' (800-2-LOVE-ART)

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