October 18, 2021

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Frida Kahlo exhibit Rose Art Museum Brandeis College Waltham

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WALTHAM – Two exhibitions at Brandeis University’s Rose Art Museum, “Frida Kahlo: POSE,” and “re: collections” – a broad collection of its putting up to date art selection – welcome visitors back again to the Waltham campus museum.

The Rose, which reopened in Could, has collected only up to date artwork because its founding in 1961. From the starting, prescient curators and collectors gifted de Koonings, Kusamas, Rauschenbergs, Warhols, Shermans and other 20th – and now 21st – century artists to the museum.

Not long ago donated performs of Jenny Holzer, Nam June Paik, Betye Sair and other people – 86 in all – have bolstered that collection in sizeable approaches. Not minimum of which, soon after a threatened closure of the museum and sale of its art through economical problems in 2009, the presents sign a renewed self-assurance in the museum’s viability.

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