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This installation features a selection of nineteenth and twentieth century European works on paper drawn entirely from The Mint Museum’s permanent collection.
The first retrospective of artist Eugene Thomason’s work in more than a generation and a rare opportunity to see his art owned by The Johnson Collection, a private collection of southern American art.
Drawn largely from two Chicago-area private collections, institutional loans, and the Mint’s own Fashion Collection, the exhibition will focus on the Italian designer Franco Moschino's work between 1983 and 1994.
For many years, Fleur and Charles Bresler have collected American quilts. Visual impact, historical value, pictorial imagery and historical fabric have guided them in assembling their important and outstanding collection.
Mint Library & Archives Spotlight: In 1988 The Mint Museum’s Ramesses II exhibition statement was to, “provide a unique cultural and educational experience for the exhibition’s visitors”.
Conversations: Romare Bearden and Richard Hunt
Combining resources as diverse as art history, religion, and mythology with her own biography and private mementos, Rogers blurs the boundaries, not only between fact and fiction, but life and art, in her intricately constructed images.
A collection of art forms showcasing the vast cultural, physical, historical and religious diversity that can be found across the African continent.
From its inception as the first art museum in North Carolina in 1936, The Mint Museum has been an innovator and leader, a theme illustrated in the inaugural installation of the Heritage Gallery at Mint Museum Randolph.
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at Levine Centerfor the Arts500 South Tryon StreetCharlotte, NC 28202(704) 337-2000
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