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GRAM - Grand Rapids Art Museum

Public Institution
GRAM - Grand Rapids Art Museum
155 Division North
Grand Rapids, MI
USA
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tel +1 616 831 1000
www.gramonline.org
 
Opening hours:
Tu, We, Th, Sa  10:00-17:00
Fr  10:00-20:30
Su  12:00-17:00

to top Institutions highest ranked artists:
Artist Rank
Alexander Calder  95
Fernand Léger  215
Oskar Kokoschka  305
Richard Diebenkorn  725
Karl Schmidt-Rottluff  884



to top Artists most exhibited:
Artist Rank
Alexander Calder  95 4



to top Institution's artists also shown at:
Institution
  Galerie St. Etienne, USA 68 3
  MoMA - Museum of Modern Art, USA 64 9
  Indianapolis Museum of Art - IMA, USA 32 10



 
Profile
Foundation year: 1910
 
 Artists
Mathias Alten  1871-1938, US
Ernst Barlach  1870-1938, DE
Alexander Calder  1898-1976, US
William Merritt Chase  1849-1916, US
Richard Diebenkorn  1922-1993, US
Asher B. Durand  1796-1886, US
Peter Henry Emerson  1856-1936, CU
Hermann Herzog  1831-1932, DE
George Hitchcock  1850-1913, US
Oskar Kokoschka  1886-1980, AT
Fernand Léger  1881-1955, FR
Timothy H. O'Sullivan  1840-1882, US
John Singer Sargent  1856-1925, US
Karl Schmidt-Rottluff  1884-1976, DE
 
 Previous Exhibitions   45
2013
  Solo showSusana Allen Hunter
  Solo showHeather McGill: Oblique Angle
  Solo showSlavery’s Chill
  Solo showStephen Frykholm: Herman Miller Picnic Posters

2012
  Solo showRobert McCann
  Solo showReal/Surreal
  Solo showSalvador Dalí's Twelve Tribes of Israel
  Solo showPatches Of Color
  Solo showCities in Transition
  Solo showMichael Pfleghaar
  Solo showRobert Rauschenberg and His Contemporaries: Works from the Collections of Martina Hamilton and Hamilton College

2011
  Solo showProphets, Priests, and Kings: Woodcuts by Chris Stoffel Overvoorde
  Solo showWarrington Colescott
  Solo showBirds of America: Audubon Prints from Shelburne Museum
  Solo showLadislav Hanka: Meditations on Michigan's Land, Lakes and Rivers
  Solo showClass Pictures: Photographs by Dawoud Bey

2010
  Group showDutch Utopia: American Artists in Holland, 1880-1914
  Solo showChris Stoffel Overvoorde: The Alberta Drawings
  Group showSide By Side: Mathias Alten and Norman Chamberlain
  Solo showThe Legacy of Armand Merizon
  Solo showCalder Jewelry

2009
  Solo showTissot’s London 1871-1882: The Art and Culture of City Life
  Solo showJames McNeill Whistler and the Romance of Great Cities
  Group showFather and Son: Eliel and Eero Saarinen at Cranbrook
  Solo showMoby-Dick: Frank Stella and Herman Melville
  Solo showAndré Kertész: On Reading

2008
  Solo showEugene Masselink: Drawings for Frank Lloyd Wright
  Solo showA Gift of Art: The Legacy of Mabel Perkins
  Solo showRichard Avedon
  Solo showToulouse-Lautrec and La Vie Parisienne
  Solo showGordon Parks
  Solo showA Traveler’s Diary: Ferdinand Richardt Drawings of America, 1855-1859
  Solo showRobert Rauschenberg – Environmental Art
  Solo showRapid Exposure: Warhol in Series
  Solo showEdward Burtynsky : Manufactured Landscapes

2007
  Solo showAnother Place, Another Time: Chris VanAllsburg Drawings
  Group showA Faithful Eye: Modern and Contemporary Art from The Netherlands, The ABN AMRO Collection
  Group show2007 winter exhibition

2006
  Solo showThe Eames Lounge Chair - An Icon of Modern Design
  Solo showAnsel Adams and Edwin Land - Art, Science and Invention
  Solo showBuilding Images - Seventy Years of Photography from Hedrich Blessing
  Group showModern Art from the Permanent Collection

1979
  Group show5 artists, 5 technologies - environmental light works

1969
  Solo showAlexander Calder: Mobiles and Stabiles

1937
  Group showCubism and Abstract Art
 
Last update: 11 March 2014
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