2012 Fall Arts Preview

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Where will you be in October? November? Chances are good that if you’re traveling this fall, that location will be near the site of a major renovation, reinstallation or completely new museum or art space.

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2012 Fall Exhibitions Preview

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American museums are gearing up to launch a full roster of exciting new fall and winter exhibitions. From the Fuller Craft Museum in Massachusetts to the Crocker Museum of Art in Sacramento, Calif., we’ve scoured the country to hand-pick our favorites and share them with you.

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2012 Fall Art Shows Preview

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2012 Fall Art Shows Preview

There’s nothing quite like meeting the artist who created your newest acquisition face-to-face. And one of the only places where that’s guaranteed is at one of a host of art fairs rolling out across the country this fall.

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Collectors on a Mission

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Inside the Huberman Home

Contemporary art collectors Giselle and Benjamin Huberman have come back home. After years of splitting their time between Florida and Washington, D.C., they chose last year to return permanently to the National Capital area, back to the place where they launched impressive careers in law and government, and where they raised their children. Their new home, a large contemporary colonial in Potomac, Md., is a glittering showcase for the vast collection they’ve amassed during their marriage.

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Applauding Excellence: Meet the 2012 NICHE Award Winners

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Jennifer McCurdy and Susan Parrish

Serious craft collectors always keep an eye out for new work, new artists and emerging talent. One of the most consistently reliable sources for satisfying all three of these conditions is the annual winners’ list of the NICHE Awards, a juried competition launched 23 years ago by AmericanStyle’s sister publication, NICHE magazine, as a way to recognize talent and encourage creativity in all craft mediums.

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Editor’s Note: Unveiling the Barnes Collection

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Georgio de Chirico

The first time I saw a sampling of masterworks from the Barnes Collection, it took my breath away. The place was the National Gallery of Art. The occasion was a traveling exhibition of 83 carefully selected works to museums in Paris, Tokyo, Munich, Philadelphia, Toronto and Fort Worth, Texas, as well as Washington, D.C., to raise funds for the foundation’s headquarters operations in Merion, Pa.

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Style Spotlight: Hospitals Exhibit Art of Healing

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Two of the newest venues for art aren’t in museums. They’re in hospitals. As part of a $1.1 billion addition to the Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Md., a curator and more than 70 artists placed more than 500 pieces of art in public spaces and in patient rooms.

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Style Spotlight: Two New ‘Craft’ Series Episodes

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Why do artists create? That’s the question the Peabody Award-winning documentary series Craft in America continues to probe. Now in its fourth season, the series continues its exploration with two new episodes: Threads and Crossroads.

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Style Spotlight: Marilyn Moves Back Home

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Seward Johnson's Marilyn Monroe on the Move

Cinematic idol Marilyn Monroe became a real part of the American landscape as her 26-foot-high statue was transported from Chicago to Palm Springs early this summer.

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Style Spotlight: Artful Dining

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Collections Cafe

Glass artist Dale Chihuly, who has been collecting objects from the mid-20th century since he was a boy, now has a place to display them: at the restaurant attached to his new Chihuly Garden and Glass complex adjacent to the Space Needle in Seattle.

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Style Spotlight: Homer Studio Opens to Public

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The Winslow Homer Studio

An unassuming gray frame structure on the rocky coast of Maine saw the creation of many of America’s most famous and most loved paintings.

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