OKCMOA to host a major exhibition of 100 artworks including sculptures, paintings, prints, and photographs to celebrate artist Auguste Rodin.
Abstract artist Paul Reed, one of the original six Washington Color Painters, earned national notoriety for his complex series of colorful stained and shaped-canvas paintings. OKCMOA was gifted 125 paintings, sculptures, and works on paper by the Paul and Esther Reed Trust, establishing the Museum as the definitive home of Paul Reed's work.
This exhibition features one painting, "Oklahoma" by Cynthia Daignault, as a tribute to the painful history of the Oklahoma City bombing from 1995.
Redesigned in collaboration with Chihuly Studio, Chihuly Then and Now: The Collection at Twenty incorporates a unique design featuring five decades of glass and works on paper, and tells a comprehensive story of Chihuly’s groundbreaking career. The exhibition allows visitors to explore works never before seen in OKC, along with OKCMOA visitor favorites including Neodymium Reeds, Ikebana Boat, and a redesigned Oklahoma Persian Ceiling.