Upcoming Exhibits Not to Miss

Revelation2With the New Year in full swing, I have set the goal for Art Life Connection this year to be more informative regarding the opportunities available to me and Art Life Connection readers to experience more art – more of the art we love as well as to expand our exposure and discover more, to let more souls speak to our own through the art they create. We might like it, we might not like it, but at least we will have tried.

With that in mind, I will be posting regularly about the various exhibits and collections, performances, readings, and any other public sharings of the creative endeavors of people around the world as I come across them – beginning below. The exhibits to follow are not in any order. I have tried to capture a variety of art forms to account for all tastes and to expose us to a wider  view of creative expression.

Please share any information you may have on local exhibitions and the like in the comments so that we may all benefit. Technology Trap

As always, you may e-mail me with questions, suggestions, requests, as well as personal stories of how you came to know of and love a particular art form at ArtLifeConnection@gmail.com (tweeting  and pinning are encouraged also –Twitterfollowbutton pinterest-footer-logo ) . This year, let’s create an active community of people around the world (37 countries at last count) who are learning and sharing life lessons from the art around us.

As always, I send you all of my best wishes.

What Not To Miss in the World This Month

The J. Paul Getty Museum

The Younger Generation: Contemporary Japanese Photography The Younger Generation: Contemporary Japanese Photography
October 6, 2015–February 21, 2016

Ishiuchi Miyako: Postwar Shadows
Ishiuchi Miyako: Postwar Shadows
October 6, 2015–February 21, 2016
Contact Information

Phone: +1 (310) 440-7330
Fax: +1 (310) 440-7751
E-mail: (for general Museum inquiries)gettymuseum@getty.edu

The Kimball Museum

November 8, 2015 to February 14, 2016
On view in the Renzo Piano Pavilion
November 22, 2015 to February 14, 2016
On view in the Renzo Piano Pavilion.

The New Orleans Museum of Art


Opens February 26 at theNew Orleans Museum of Art

On view through May 22, 2016, New Orleans

The exhibition and national tour are made possible by generous funding from the Henry Luce Foundation, as part of its 75th anniversary initiative.

Tim Youd performing William Faulkner’s The Sound and the Fury at the Faulkner House in Oxford, Mississippi, June 2014


on view through February 21st, 2016

Los Angeles-based contemporary artist Tim Youd will visit NOMA to perform the latest installment of his 100 Novels Project. READ MORE


on view through February 28th, 2016

This selection of photographs from NOMA’s permanent collection invites an intimate reflection on the concept of time and our place within it. READ MORE



The Hermitage Museum

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The Russian Museum


24 December 2015 – 15 February 2016
Marble Palace

 The Reina Sofia National Center for the Arts

Juan Giralt. Zumo de limón, 2006.  Acrilic and collage on canvas. Private Collection. Image: Juan Giralt Ortiz, VEGAP, Madrid, 2015

December 2, 2015 – February 29, 2016


 Poetry in Paris

POETS LIVE presents Malik Crumpler and Edmund Hardy

January 12 @ 7:30 pm9:30 pm

| Free

Art in Lynchburg

January 14 @ 5:00 pm6:00 pm

|Recurring Event (See all)

The Ann White Academy Gallery and The Up Front Gallery,

600 Main Street
Lynchburg, VA 24504 United States

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Art Talks is an opportunity for the community to hear from the artists who are a part of the Academy’s network of artists. Each art talk will feature a different artist or artists who are either being showcased in the Academy’s galleries, on our stage, or are doing interesting work in our community. The artist/s will share their process, perspective and story. Join the Academy every 2nd Thursday, 5-6pm for Art Talks!

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January 29January 31
Hansel & Gretel web banner

90-minute family opera based on the classic fairy-tale! This wonderful take on the beloved Brothers Grimm fairy tale will be appealing to audiences of all ages. Watch the famous siblings get lost in the woods, battle the ravenous Witch, and find their way home. Friday, January 29, 7:30pm Saturday, January 30, 3:00pm Sunday, January 31, 2:00pm Tickets: $8 Children / $10 Adults

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Published by Cathleen Elise Rossiter

Writer. Ponderer. Liver-of-Life. Lover of coffee.

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