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RICHARD HUNT: GRACEFUL FLUIDITY

RICHARD HUNT: GRACEFUL FLUIDITY

Richard Hunt helped define the role of public sculpture in the late 20th century. He created over 130 large-scale public sculptures and is in the collection of more than 40 museums throughout the United States. Thirty years ago, the artist was commissioned to create a...
New York Cool

New York Cool

After 1955, a number of New York School artists moved away from a “hot,” gestural style to what art critic Irving Sandler dubbed the new “cool art” of the 1960s. The late 1950s and early ‘60s have often been viewed as a mere parenthesis between Abstract Expressionism...
Themes of Identity

Themes of Identity

What informs and defines identity? One’s family? Country? Race? Religion? And what, particularly, defines American identity? Themes of Identity: Selections from the Hunter Museum Collection examines many concepts of identity – such as gender, race, class...
Exhibition

Exhibition

The Hunter Museum of American Art’s collection is rich in still lifes (depictions of inanimate objects). For example, Steve Hawley’s Woman Reflected in a Still Life is a complex work which can be interpreted in several ways. In a rather literal sense, a woman is...
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