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All The Art Exhibitions Worth Traveling For

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All The Art Exhibitions Worth Traveling For

People are always asking, how do I find out about these dope art exhibits or events, so I have decided to share my list of exhibitions across the United States that I think is worth the trip. If you have any upcoming travel plans, or in need of something new to do, consider one of these dope art exhibits that’s worth traveling for.

 

Louis Vuitton X - Louis Vuitton

Beverly Hills, CA

6/28 - 9/15/19

Free Admission - Click Here to Visit the Site

Louis Vuitton has launch a 9-room exhibition to celebrate their 160th anniversary. Louis Vuitton X consists of artist-designed goods, perfume bottles and original window displays with work from various artists including by artists Sam Falls, Urs Fischer, Nicholas Hlobo, Alex Israel, Tschabalala Self, Jonas Wood. my personal fav Yayoi Kusama and more.

“Figures of Speech” - Virgil Abloh

Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago - Chicago, IL

6/10–9/22/19

$15 - Tickets Available Here

“Figures of Speech” showcases Virgil Abloh’s work over the past almost 20 years. The exhibition’s overview includes his creative work from multiple disciplines including music, fashion, architecture, and design, as well as collaborations with furniture designers, musicians, contemporary artists, and other fashion designers. Along with his exhibit at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, Louis Vuitton unveiled Virgil’s second Men’s Collection at a special pop-up not far from the museum. The pop-up is in a neon orange building with neon orange figures inside alongside the collection from June 8th to July 7th with free admission.

Campo Abierto (Open Field) - Sheila Hicks

The Bass - Miami, Florida

4/13 - 9/29/19

The Bass never seems to fail and the huge rainbow rocks outfront by artist Ugo Rondinone always sets the tone for what your about to see inside. Grouping works of art from various periods, Campo Abierto (Open Field) explores aspects of landscape.

“dIOR: From Paris to the World” - Dior

Dallas Musuem of Art - Dallas

5/19 - 9/1/19

$20 Tuesday–Thursday, and $25 Friday–Sunday - Click Here for Tickets

This exhibition profiles both Dior himself and subsequent artistic directors, including Yves Saint Laurent (1958–1960), Marc Bohan (1961–1989), Gianfranco Ferré (1989–1996), John Galliano (1997–2011), Raf Simons (2012–2015), and Maria Grazia Chiuri (2016–present), all of whom have carried Dior’s vision into the 21st century

Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power 1963-1983

The Broad - Los Angeles, CA

3/23 - 9/1/19

$18 - Click here

Soul of a Nation: Art in the Age of Black Power 1963-1983 shines a light on the contribution of African American artists beginning at the height of the civil rights movement and over the next 20 years. Soul of a Nation displays how social justice movements were conveyed in the work of various artists including Romare Bearden, Barkley Hendricks, William T. Williams, and more. Soul of a Nation also includes work from various Los Angeles-based artists displaying the role of Los Angeles in the art and history of the civil rights movement.


No Spectators: The Art of Burning Man

Cincinnati Art Museum - Cincinnati, Ohio

6/7 – 9/2/19

$12 - Click here for tickets

Being both a cultural movement and an annual event, Burning Man is one of the most influential happenings in contemporary American art and culture attracting more than 70,000 people a year. The Cincinnati Art Museum has room-sized installations, mutant art vehicles, creative costuming, films, jewelry and more to help create the Burning Man vibes. Including work from artists like Candy Chang, Marco Cochrane, Duane Flatmo, Five Ton Crane Arts Collective, Scott Froschauer, HYBYCOZO (Yelena Filipchuk and Serge Beaulieu), Christopher Schardt, Roy Two Thousand, the Flaming Lotus Girls, and many others.

David’s BEst TEmple

REnwick Art Gallery - Washington, dc

30, 2018 - JANUARY 5, 2020

Free - Click Here to visit site

Temple is a glowing sanctuary that was also at Burning Man. It allows visitors reflect on the loss of loved ones while encouraged to write on the wooden chips that are placed throughout the sanctuary to create intricate details leading up to the altar.