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Opens Sunday, November 16, 2014

The DAM will host the world-exclusive exhibition of Brilliant: Cartier in the 20th Century, featuring striking jewelry, timepieces, and decorative objects produced between 1900 and 1975. This exhibition highlights Cartier’s rise to preeminence—and the historical events pushing the brand’s evolution—as it transformed itself into one of the world’s most prestigious names in jewelry and luxurious accessories. Organized by the DAM, the exhibition will be on view in the Anschutz and Martin and McCormick galleries on level two of the Hamilton Building.

Opens Sunday, May 11, 2014

The American West in Bronze, 1850–1925, showcases sculptures by Frederic Remington, Charles M. Russell, Hermon Atkins MacNeil, Paul Manship, and more than 20 other artists.

Opens Sunday, July 13, 2014

Beyond Pop Art: A Tom Wesselmann Retrospective features the work of American painter Tom Wesselmann, who is widely regarded as one of the leading figures of American pop art.

Organized chronologically, this exhibition follows the development of Wesselmann’s work, series by series, from the earliest abstract collages to his well-known series, The Great American Nude, and still lifes of his pop period to the cut-steel drawings and Sunset Nudes of his late work.

Opens Sunday, June 29, 2014

 “Upon first glance, viewers might think Daniel’s works are photographs because of their stunningly realistic elements. However, the longer we look at one of his paintings, the more we become aware that they are anything but a part of our world. We encounter Sprick’s paintings not so much as statements, but more as experiences, whereby we engage deeply with his creativity.” - Timothy J. Standring, exhibition curator and Gates Foundation Curator at the DAM

Opens Sunday, July 6, 2014

These prints reveal the changing styles and art movements developed by Japanese printmakers during a 100-year period. The variety of styles reflects the changing appearance of Japan as it embraced modern technology but continued to respect its cultural past. Though woodblock printing has been around for centuries, in the twentieth century, artists played with new subjects and topics that were relevant to a contemporary audience.

All Upcoming Exhibitions

Opens Sunday, May 11, 2014

The American West in Bronze, 1850–1925, showcases sculptures by Frederic Remington, Charles M. Russell, Hermon Atkins MacNeil, Paul Manship, and more than 20 other artists.

Opens Sunday, June 29, 2014

 “Upon first glance, viewers might think Daniel’s works are photographs because of their stunningly realistic elements. However, the longer we look at one of his paintings, the more we become aware that they are anything but a part of our world. We encounter Sprick’s paintings not so much as statements, but more as experiences, whereby we engage deeply with his creativity.” - Timothy J. Standring, exhibition curator and Gates Foundation Curator at the DAM

Opens Sunday, July 6, 2014

These prints reveal the changing styles and art movements developed by Japanese printmakers during a 100-year period. The variety of styles reflects the changing appearance of Japan as it embraced modern technology but continued to respect its cultural past. Though woodblock printing has been around for centuries, in the twentieth century, artists played with new subjects and topics that were relevant to a contemporary audience.

Opens Sunday, July 13, 2014

Beyond Pop Art: A Tom Wesselmann Retrospective features the work of American painter Tom Wesselmann, who is widely regarded as one of the leading figures of American pop art.

Organized chronologically, this exhibition follows the development of Wesselmann’s work, series by series, from the earliest abstract collages to his well-known series, The Great American Nude, and still lifes of his pop period to the cut-steel drawings and Sunset Nudes of his late work.

Opens Sunday, November 16, 2014

The DAM will host the world-exclusive exhibition of Brilliant: Cartier in the 20th Century, featuring striking jewelry, timepieces, and decorative objects produced between 1900 and 1975. This exhibition highlights Cartier’s rise to preeminence—and the historical events pushing the brand’s evolution—as it transformed itself into one of the world’s most prestigious names in jewelry and luxurious accessories. Organized by the DAM, the exhibition will be on view in the Anschutz and Martin and McCormick galleries on level two of the Hamilton Building.