Thursday, February 18, 2021

 Montclair Art Museum Notes for This Weekend


February 18, 2021


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14th Annual AACC Annual Film Forum: Colored Frame
Tonight! February 18 at 6 p.m.

Join MAM tonight for a celebration and investigation of African American Art from the Civil Rights Movement to the present.

This free event will feature segments of the film Colored Frames (2007). Moderator Halima Taha will facilitate a conversation with artists Curlee Raven Holton, Robin Holder, and Adger Cowans about their careers, the rich history of art, and the direction they see for the future.


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Fragile Freedoms: Maggie Meiners Revisits Rockwell exhibiiton opening


Fragile Freedoms: Maggie Meiners Revisits Rockwell
On View

As timely and thought provoking as it gets. This exhibition reimagines the iconic work of Norman Rockwell through the lens of modern America. With stunningly vivid detail, Maggie Meiners’s carefully constructed photographs turn nostalgia on its head and rework Rockwell’s familiar imagery to address contemporary issues including racism, sexuality, gender roles, and the impact of technology. 


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Cara Romero (b. 1977) Southwest, Chemehuevi Water Memory, 2015 Archival Pigment Print on Canson Platine Fiber Rag Ed. 5/10 Museum purchase; Acquisition Fund 2019.11

Cara Romero (b. 1977). Southwest, Chemehuevi, Water Memory, 2015. Archival Pigment Print on Canson Platine Fiber Rag. Ed. 5/10. Museum purchase; Acquisition Fund. 2019.11


New York to New Mexico: New Acquisitions
On View

MAM's collection is growing! Reflecting America's rich cultural diversity, works in a variety of mediums and acquired in the last few years will be featured in Lehman Court. These pieces, both beautiful and haunting, represent pioneering work from a variety of artists. 


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MAM Cyber Studio: Sculpture inspired by Chakaia Booker


MAM Cyber Studio: Sculpture inspired by Chakaia Booker

Create a Wall Sculpture inspired by Chakaia Booker’s External Constraints with Museum Art Educator & Artist, Agnieszka Wszolkowska!

Artist Chakaia Booker was born in Newark and raised in East Orange, New Jersey. She has gained acclaim for her sculptures made primarily from recycled rubber tires that address aspects of her African American heritage.