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August 27, 2014
John De Andrea Sculpture Returns from Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza, Madrid

Senior Curator Wendy Blazier just returned from a whirlwind trip to Madrid, accompanying our John DeAndrea sculpture, Released, back from the Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza where it had recently been exhibited.  Unbeknownst to many, Senior Curators and Registrars get exciting fringe benefits, one of them being trips abroad.  Of course, Wendy went to ensure the sanctity of our collection, but she still had a little fun on the trip.

Released has been put back into storage but the other piece from our collection that is in the midst of its world tour, Campeo San Cassiano, Italy by Maurice Prendergast, is now featured at the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.  It is part of the exhibition Prendergast in Italy that debuted at the Williams College Museum of Art in Williamstown, Massachusetts and traveled to the Peggy Guggenheim Collection in Venice before returning to Texas. In May, the exhibition will close in Texas and it will return home. We will reinstall it in the Dr. and Mrs. John J. Mayers Gallery on the second-floor west wing.

It is such an honor to loan artwork to such great institutions as these. The John DeAndrea sculpture especially, since we do not normally display her in our galleries. She made an appearance for our Shock of the Real: Photorealism Revisited  exhibition last year, but only for the opening nights.  

This is why it is significant when a museum such as the Thyssen-Bornemisza, whose focus is comtemporary artists, borrows and displays our treasures.

  John De Andrea, Released, 1989,
polyvinyl polychromed in oil, height 62.5 inches. Permanent Collection 2007.28.1. Gift of Louis K. and Susan P. Meisel
Posted by: Kelli Bodle, Curatorial Assistant @ Friday, April 2, 2010 9:57:10 am 
 
Good work Kelli, I like it. Skip
Posted by: Skip Sheffield @ April 3, 2010 4:27:00 pm

 
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