OPENING MARCH 4 // Throughout his career, Marsden Hartley continuously formed and re-evaluated his artistic identity and frequently sought inspiration from the mountains. This exhibition presents images of mountains that Hartley created in New Mexico, France, Germany, and New England over twenty years, and it examines how the peaks in these different locations shaped his ideas about the United States and American art.
Learn more about Cara Romero's TV Indians, recently added to the Weisman's permanent collection, in 2019-2020 O'Brien Curatorial Fellow Ashley Cope's essay on this arresting photograph.
Read the introductory essay to Piotr Szyhalski: We Are Working All the Time! (Weisman Art Museum, 2020), a newly published survey of the artist’s work distributed by University of Minnesota Press, edited by Diane Mullin, senior curator at WAM. Copies of the book are available for purchase through the WAM Shop.