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Why Visit an Art Museum?
CMA houses Ingalls Library, one of the largest art libraries in the United States.
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The CMA also draws rotating exhibits from artists across the world and all periods of time. Just last year, Cleveland was treated to Yayoi Kusama’s “Infinity Mirrors” exhibit. Kusama’s expansive, unique collection shows how even polka dots, pumpkins, and well-placed mirrors can create something breathtaking. To this day, the CMA lives up to its mission of benefitting all people. Though some special exhibits require a ticket, the permanent collection housed in the CMA is always free to the public to view. This is truly an example of what an art museum is meant to be and the good it does for a community when people are able to experience art and culture in such an inviting place. If you have ever asked, “Why should I visit an art museum?” make some time to visit the Cleveland Museum of Art. You’re sure to find your answer there.
Most people assume that if they want to visit an art museum, they’ll have to go all the way to the Louvre in Paris to see anything worthwhile. But in Cleveland, we’re fortunate to have a world-class museum right in our own backyard. The Cleveland Museum of Art (CMA) was founded in 1913 with a goal of benefitting all people. Located in Wade Park, visitors are treated to fantastic art even before entering the museum, passing by amazing fountains and lifelike statues as they approach the building. The design of the
historical building and its various expansions over the decades are works of art in their own right, but the collections inside the museum are far more impressive. Visitors explore 16 different departments, discovering everything from Greek sculptures and 17th century cabinets to Bini artifacts and North American photography. The works of Vincent van Gogh, Pablo Picasso, Jackson Pollock, and many other celebrated artists hang on these walls. In addition to the renowned collection of fine art, the
Learn more about the Cleveland Museum of Art at ClevelandArt.org.
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