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Power to the People: Mexican Prints from the Great War to the Cold War

Wichita Art Museum 1400 West Museum Boulevard, Wichita, KS

Drawing on work from the James and Virginia Moffett Collection, Power to the People: Mexican Prints from the Great War to the Cold War explores the political and social conditions of early-20thcentury Mexico and the dynamic, groundbreaking art that emerged from the Mexican Revolution (1910–1920). This period of war and dramatic social upheaval witnessed a […]

Paper Dreams: Alfred Maurer and American Masterpieces

Wichita Art Museum 1400 West Museum Boulevard, Wichita, KS

Fall brings Paper Dreams: Alfred Maurer and American Masterpieces to the Wichita Art Museum with two beautifully paired exhibitions. Alfred Maurer: American Modern Works on Paper from the Weisman Art Museum Collection and Essence of Line: American Modern Works on Paper from the Wichita Art Museum Collection combine the riches of two nationally prominent American […]

Isabelle de Borchgrave: Fashioning Art from Paper

Wichita Art Museum 1400 West Museum Boulevard, Wichita, KS

Centuries of fashion are explored in the breathtaking paper sculptures of contemporary artist Isabelle de Borchgrave. Working in collaboration with leading costume historians and emerging fashion designers, de Borchgrave crafts a world of splendor from the simplest rag paper. From replicas of Renaissance Italian gowns to recreations of the fantastical modernist costumes of the Ballet […]