Art Fall Preview: Over 100 Not-to-Miss Shows from East Coast to West
The New York Times Wednesday, Sep. 12, 2018
Landmark shows of 19th-century French painting kick off an exciting season jammed with once-in-a-lifetime opportunities: The Met’s completist retrospective of Eugène Delacroix, complemented by a significant show of his drawings, brings tigers, shipwrecks and a host of romantic vistas to the Upper East Side, while the National Gallery in Washington is offering an unusually large assemblage of women painted by Corot. ... COLLECTING ON THE EDGE Utah State University’s first show after a long expansion project is a two-part argument for the importance of the western United States to 20th-century art history. The exhibition is sourced entirely from its permanent collection.