Matisse Lectures and Exhibition at AGA


Not only Laura St. Pierre's new show, but a little show called HENRI MATISSE: A Celebration of Light and Line, opens at the AGA this weekend.

It examines Matisse’s process of experimentation, tracing his use of serial imagery throughout various mediums. The exhibition spans 50 years of Matisse’s career, comprising of content created between the years 1900 and 1951.

If you don't already have tickets to the lecture by exhibition’s curator, Jay M. Fisher, Senior Curator of Prints, Drawings and Photography at the Baltimore Museum of Art you are probably out of luck as I hear tickets are already sold out.

But you can still check out Matisse’s Great Experiment, a lecture by Art Institute of Chicago curator Stephanie D’Alessandro on  Wednesday, November 10 at 7 pm. 

This talk will explore Matisse’s work from 1913–17, which is a less-known but highly innovative period within Matisse's oevre. Tickets are $15 / $10 for AGA Members, and are available at



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