Visual Arts + Museums

Face to Face: The Neo-Impressionist Portrait, 1886-1904

When: June 17-Sept. 5 2014

The IMA’s big summer show finds curator Ellen Lee (who most recently brought you Snapshot, which featured little-seen photos by post-impressionist painters) once again zeroing in on a facet of the turn-of-the-century art world. This time she’s looking neo-impressionist portraits by names both established and forgotten, with entries by Paul Signac, Maximilien Luce, Vincent van Gogh and Theo von Rysselberghe, among others. The show premiered in Brussels earlier this year, and the IMA will be its only North American venue.

This Week's Flyers

Comments

Around the Web