On the Road: MCASD's Collection Gets Around


Between The Very Large Arrayand Behold, America!, we have recently had hundreds of works of art from our permanent collection displayed in San Diego. But did you know that objects from our collection are also on view across the country?

Last fall our Keith Haring portrait of Elvis Presley was on display at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. That show, Regarding Warhol,has closed in New York but is on view in Pittsburgh at The Warhol Museum until April 28. If you find yourself in Omaha, you’ll recognize Jennifer Steinkamp’s Madame Curieat the Joslyn Art Museum through May 12.

On your next visit to L.A., you may see some familiar sights: four of our works by funk artist Llyn Foulkes will be on view at the Hammer Museum through May 19, and John McCracken’s black plank is on loan to LACMA through June 30 for their Stanley Kubrick exhibition.

Works have even ventured south of the border: Daniel Ruanova’s NOW PL@YINis currently at MACRO in Monterrey, Mexico through April 12.

And, finally, Eggsby Vija Celmins recently traveled to Minneapolis and New Orleans, and returned to us last month for the opening of Lifelike,the highly acclaimed exhibition organized by the Walker Art Center.