Ten art exhibits to check out this fall

By GREG COOK  |  September 17, 2012


"CITY OF MIRAGES: BAGHDAD, 1952-1982" » What happened when King Faisal II invited Western architects — including Frank Lloyd Wright, Walter Gropius, and Le Corbusier — to design buildings for oil-rich midcentury Iraq? The answer: Visions of Baghdad made Modernist that crumbled after the king's assassination in 1958. October 2–December 31 :: BSA Space

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  • Whitewashed
    Jeffrey Clancy plays with craft theory through the lens of a metalsmith working with traditional techniques and decorative motifs.
  • Review: Modern painter's style showcased at Farnsworth
    Alex Katz is one of America's best-known modern artists. His work is so emblematic of art of our time that a graphic showing one of his paintings adorns the subscription card that drops out of my freshly-delivered art magazine every month.
  • Gilding the Lily
    Princess Diana died in 1997, so that's when Taylor Mac began contemplating The Lily's Revenge , in which, complete with petals and pot, he portrays the titular blossom.
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