December 5, 2013
With an exciting lineup of special exhibitions, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts brings the world to Virginia in the form of great art representing the span of world cultures. VMFA is internationally recognized for its ambitious special exhibitions drawn from the world’s finest public and private art collections as well as the museum’s permanent collection. Exhibitions are subject to change. For the latest information please visit vmfa.museum/exhibitions. General admission is always free. Some special exhibitions require an admission fee.
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Related Exhibitions: Catching Sight: The World of the British Sporting Print, Clare Leighton: From Pencil to Proof to Press, Fabergé Revealed, Hollywood Costume, Made in Hollywood: Photographs from the John Kobal Foundation, Posing Beauty in African American Culture, Ryan McGinness: Studio Visit, Signs of Protest: Photographs from the Civil Rights Era, and Unreal: Conceptual Photographs from the 1970s and 80s
September 18, 2013
VMFA’s fall exhibition, Hollywood Costume, celebrates a century of costume design and its contribution to cinematic history in American culture. Visitors will step behind the scenes to explore the collaborations between directors, actors and costume designers that bring to life some of the most unforgettable and beloved screen characters. Hollywood Costume is on view November 9, 2013 – February 17, 2014.
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Related Exhibitions: Hollywood Costume and Made in Hollywood: Photographs from the John Kobal Foundation
April 2, 2010
For more than three decades, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts has been a leader in scholarly efforts to document and interpret architecture in Virginia.
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Related Exhibitions: Bold, Cautious, True: Walt Whitman and American Art of the Civil War Era, Jacob Lawrence: The Legend of John Brown, and Made in Hollywood: Photographs from the John Kobal Foundation