Museums and visual art
09/05/2014 12:00 AM
09/05/2014 1:35 PM
Bechtler Museum of Modern Art
420 S. Tryon St.; 704-353-9200; bechtler.org
Through Sept. 29: Max Bill: Selected Works.
Sept. 10-Feb. 18: British Invasion.
Sept. 10-Feb. 18: The Firebird: Celebrating Five Years in Charlotte.
Central Piedmont Community College
Ross Gallery (Overcash Building) and Pease Gallery (Learning Resources Center) at central campus of CPCC, Elizabeth Avenue and Kings Drive. blogs.cpcc.edu/cpccartgalleries
Sept. 15-Nov. 6: Objects in Perspective: Collaboration by Aspen Hochhalter and Natalie Abrams (Pease).
Oct. 20-Dec. 18: The Boxing Gym, de’Angelo Dia and Shaun El C. Leonardo (Ross).
Nov. 12-Jan. 8: Airy Knoll Farm Show (Pease).
Jan. 12-March 5: Adrian Rhodes: Under My Skin (Ross).
Jan. 26-March 5: Matthew Steele: ONE. (Pease).
Van Every/Smith Galleries on the Davidson College campus, 315 N. Main St., Davidson; 704-894-2519; www.davidsoncollegeartgalleries.org
Through Oct. 5: Re/Presenting HIV/AIDS (Van Every/Smith Galleries).
Oct. 23-Dec. 17: Jaume Plensa: Sculptures and Drawings (Van Every/Smith Galleries).
Jan. 15-Feb. 27: Project 35 (Van Every).
Jan. 15-Feb. 27: Kymia Nawabi (Smith).
March 12-April 12: Cort Savage (Van Every).
Harvey B. Gantt Center for African-American Arts + Culture
551 S. Tryon St.; 704-547-3700; ganttcenter.org
Through Jan. 19: Selected Works of J. Eugene Grigsby Jr.: Returning to Where the Artistic Seed was Planted.
Through Jan. 19: 40 and Counting: Celebrating Forty Years at the Gantt Center Through Art, Culture and Community.
Through Jan. 19: John & Vivian Hewitt Collection of African-American Art.
Levine Museum of the New South
Through Sept. 14: Beyond Swastika and Jim Crow.
Through Jan. 25: Gay America from Kinsey to Stonewall.
Oct. 11-February 22: Selma to Montgomery: A March for the Right to Vote.
McColl Center for Art + Innovation
721 N. Tryon St; 704-332-5535; mccollcenter.org
Sept. 19-Nov. 22: Marek Ranis: Arctic Utopia.
Dec. 6-Jan. 3: Dignicraft: Encuentros/Encounters.
Jan. 10: Rube Goldberg Machine Contest.
Jan. 23-March 21: Alix Lambert: CRIME USA Charlotte.
Mint Museum Randolph, 2730 Randolph Road; Mint Museum Uptown, 500 S. Tryon St. 704-337-2000; mintmuseum.org.
Ongoing: “Behind the Seams: Fashion Conservation & Photography Project.”
Ongoing: “Arts of Africa.”
Ongoing: “European Art.”
Ongoing: “North Carolina Pottery, Then and Now.”
Through Sept. 14: “My Hand Can.”
Through Feb. 22: “Beyond Craft: Decorative Arts from the Leatrice S. and Melvin B. Eagle Collection.”
Sept. 19-Oct. 17: “Pop-up Gallery: Lyle Owerko’s Boombox Project.”
Nov. 1 - Feb. 1: “Connecting the World: The Panama Canal at 100.”
April 11-Sept. 6: “Body Embellishment.”
North Carolina Museum of Art
2110 Blue Ridge Road, Raleigh; 919-839-6262; ncartmuseum.org
Oct. 11-Jan. 4: Small Treasures: Rembrandt, Vermeer, Hals, and Their Contemporaries.
Through March 8: Line, Touch, Trace.
Sept. 13-March 22: Private Eye: Allen G. Thomas Jr. Photography Collection.
March 28-Aug. 23: Chisel and Forge: Peter Oakley and Elizabeth Brim.
Through Sept. 24: CHROMA: lyrical lines and compulsive color (Projective Eye).
Through Oct. 2: Inside Marina City (Storrs).
Oct. 1-29: Zimany + Bare/Pecchio + Leventis (Rowe).
Oct. 10-Jan 1: ICARUS: An exploration of the human urge to fly (Projective Eye).
Nov. 17-Jan. 15: New York Portraits by Peter Hutton (Storrs).
Bechtler Museum of Modern Art’s Modernism + Film
Sept 26: The Vision Of Paolo Soleri: Prophet In The Desert.
Oct. 24: If you Build it.
Nov. 21: Sol LeWitt.
Jan. 23: Aberrant Architectures? Diller + Scofidio at the Whitney Museum.
Feb. 20: Peter Eisenman: Building Germany’s Holocaust Memorial.
March 20: Modern Times.
April 17: Built on Narrow Land: The End of Bauhaus Summers on Cape Cod.
May 15: Lioness Among Lions: The Architect Zaha Hadid.
June 19: Contempt.
Levine Museum of the New South’s Screen@Levine
Sept. 18: Who is Dayani Cristal? for Welcoming Week
Oct. 16: Bullied.
Nov. 6: Freedom Summer.
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