GLASS: Treasures from the Permanent Collection
On view through Fall 2020
Muskegon Museum of Art
www.muskegonartmuseum.org
 
The Muskegon Museum of Art has reopened with “Shaping the Future, Celebrating the Past,” an exhibition that highlights and explores the various facets of its internationally recognized permanent collection in all of its galleries through the summer and fall of 2020. Each gallery in the museum features a different theme with displays of works representing various facets of the collection. Visitors will see the MMA’s most recognized masterworks along with more rarely seen objects that define over 100 years of collecting, begun in 1910.
 
“GLASS: Treasures from the Permanent Collection” anchors the “Shaping the Future, Celebrating the Past” exhibition with a dramatic and colorful display of the MMA’s decade-spanning collection of studio glass in L.C. and Margaret Walker Gallery. Works by many of the artists that defined the studio glass movement, including Dale Chihuly, Harvey Littleton, and Marvin Lipofsky, join works made by today’s new masters.
 
 
Credits:
Stephen Rolfe Powell (American, 1951-2019)
Lurid Gasp Johnson
Blown glass, 1999
Gift of Robert D. and C. Corcoran Tuttle
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Photo by Marc Hoeksema