Living with Art: Selections from Baton Rouge Collections opening March 5 at LSU Museum of Art

BATON ROUGE (press release) – To commemorate the opening of the LSU Museum of Art in the Shaw Center for the Arts fifteen years ago, we present this special exhibition celebrating art collecting in Baton Rouge. Through the loan of extraordinary works from nine private collections, we celebrate the creative spirit that binds artists to collectors and collections to institutions. Living with Art features a wide selection of media, periods, and styles, ranging from German Expressionists to Southern self-taught artists; French Impressionism and international artists to Louisiana artists; and from painting to porcelain to bronzes and photography.

On view: March 5 through June 14

This exhibition is curated by LSU MOA Executive Director Daniel Stetson 

Exhibition Sponsors & Lenders: We extend appreciation to the generous lenders to this exhibition: Karen and Jerry Ceppos, Janie and Chet Coles, Becky and Warren Gottsegen, Beverly and Steven Heymsfield, Salomia and Ben Jeffers, Cary Saurage, among other private collectors. Thank you to the following sponsors of this exhibition and celebration: Dr. Kay Martin in honor of Mr. Cary Saurage; Friends of the LSU Museum of Art; Taylor Porter; Mrs. Jan and Mr. Sanford A. Arst; Mrs. Beth and Dr. Butler Fuller; and to the supporters of our reception: Dr. John and Donna Fraiche, NOLA Wine Merchant, and Mrs. Jackie and Mr. Brian Schneider. This exhibition is also supported by the generous donors to the Annual Exhibition Fund.

 

 

Categories: Lagniappe, Theatre + Art

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