CLEVELAND (January 31, 2023) — Working in concert with an advisory committee of area Native Americans, the Cleveland Museum of Art (CMA) has adopted an “Indigenous Peoples and Land Acknowledgement” to recognize the Native Americans who were dispossessed from this region in the past and to inaugurate a new era of collaboration with Indigenous peoples living in Northeast Ohio today. This initiative includes a series of efforts to enhance representation of Indigenous Americans in the museum’s permanent collection, exhibitions, and public programs.
Cleveland (April 18, 2022)—Recent acquisitions by the Cleveland Museum of Art (CMA) include a masterpiece by Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux, the foremost French sculptor of the Second Empire (1852-1870); a landscape drawing by Netherlandish artist Hans Bol; and a Taihu stone presented to the museum by contemporary Chinese artist Liu Dan.
Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux’s Why Born Enslaved!
Cleveland (January 10, 2022)—Recent acquisitions by the Cleveland Museum of Art (CMA) include an important watercolor by Paul Cézanne; a mixed-media artwork by Rashid Johnson and three sculptures from Melvin Edwards’s series, Lynch Fragments, that build upon the CMA’s commitment to diversifying its collections.
Cleveland (September 30, 2021)—The Cleveland Museum of Art (CMA) continues to actively engage with the global art market despite travel restrictions related to the COVID-19 pandemic. The museum has recently made important acquisitions that it looks forward to sharing with its visitors in the months ahead.
Cleveland (September 20, 2021)—The Cleveland Museum of Art today announced that it has organized a special installation of four works by renowned artist Vincent van Gogh. On view are two paintings, both masterpieces from the last years of the artist’s life, and two works on paper, including the only etching Van Gogh created. The free installation is on view now in the Nancy F. and Joseph P. Keithley Gallery (222).
Cleveland, OH (December 21, 2020)—Recent acquisitions by the Cleveland Museum of Art include Paul Fehér’s Muse with Violin Screen, a masterpiece in metalwork realized in 1930 by one of the most acclaimed foundries in the U.S.; a 17th-century Japanese handscroll depicting Eight Views of the Xiao and Xiang Rivers that augments the museum’s renowned collection of Asian paintings; a modernist embroidery by Marguerite Zorach that reinforces the CMA’s commitment to collecting work by women artists; and 10 contemporary videos that significantly enhance the museum’s repres
Cleveland, OH (June 25, 2020) – The Cleveland Museum of Art (CMA) today announced the reopening of its Paul J. and Edith Ingalls Vignos and Ellen and Bruce Mavec British galleries (203A–B) focusing on the art of Britain from the 1600s to early 1800s. The completely redesigned galleries feature beloved masterworks from the permanent collection, loans from other museums, as well as important recent acquisitions and gifts.
Cleveland (May 15, 2020) — The Cleveland Museum of Art (CMA) today announced that it has launched ArtLens for Slack, the first virtual art exhibition app designed specifically for remote workplaces. The free Slack app connects teams to the museum’s renowned collection and allows them to curate an exhibition unique to their company while enriching their workspace with art and culture. ArtLens for Slack provides opportunities for recharging, exploration and discussion of works of art, and offers teams a creative moment to reset.