National Gallery of Art

Quick road trip to DC.  Had to stop here. 

Museum of Fine Arts Boston

Checking out the German Expressionist in the permanent collection 

Cape Ann Museum

When in Gloucester - Milton Avery and Marsden Hartley 

Cleveland Museum of Art

Alex Katz in the 1950s

Wadsworth Antheneum Museum of Art

Passing through town looking for a Kirchner fix post Switzerland 

Kirchner Museum Davos

Does not get any better 

Lenbachhaus - München

Der Blaue Reiter

Prague National Gallery

Largest collection of art in the Czech Republic 

Brücke Museum

A dream come true.  All of my favorites under one roof in Berlin. 

Museum Wiesbaden

Extensive collection of Alexej Jawlensky and Karl Schmidt-Rottluff - two of my favorites 

Kunsthaus Zurich

Kirchner - The Berlin Years - Vibrant Metropolis Idyllic Nature - Kirchner.  A perfect excuse to visit Switzerland.  Blown away.  

Suarez Family Brewery

Label design - "Domain" series beer

Cleveland Museum of Art

Just passing through town.  Highlights include several beautiful pieces by Degas, Van Gogh and the German Expressionists. 

Bennington Museum - Milton Avery's Vermont

Collection of paintings by modern American painter Milton Avery.  Special exhibit that focused on his time spent vacationing in Vermont.  Interesting analysis of Avery's creative process and great selection of his watercolors.   

Jose Mateo Ballet Theatre - Alisa

Gibney Dance - Alisa

Rhode Island School of Design Museum

Excited to see the current exhibit "All of Everything: Todd Oldham Fashion".  65 full ensembles on display.  Playful and unexpected.  Also enjoyed viewing the permanent collection with highlight by Henri Matisse, Rothko and Alice Neel.



Art Institute of Chicago

One of the most popular art museums in the world and second in size only to the MET in New York.  Perhaps the finest collection of paintings produced in Western culture.  One could take a week exploring this museum and I only had one morning.  I look forward to returning.  My favorites in the modern wing included works by Henri Matisse, Maurice Vlaminck, Jackson Pollock,  Mark Rothko, Marc Chagall, Ellsworth Kelly, Max Beckmann, Joan Miro, Picasso, Alexei Jawlensky, Karl Schmidt-Rotluff, Emil Nolde, Christina Ramberg, John Currin, Richard Prince and Alex Katz. 

Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago

One of the largest contemporary art venues in the world.  A gallery style museum with an extensive permanent collection of Post-World War II fine art.  Two exhibits of interest during my visit included Kerry James Marshall: Mastry and Surrealism: The Conjured Life.