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Looking Together

15 minutes of close looking with a Currier docent

an abstract colorfield painting with red square over brown rectangle

Mark Rothko
American, 1903–1970
Untitled (Red over Brown), 1967
oil on paper, mounted on canvas, 31 x 23 in. (79 x 58 cm)
Gift of Dr. Albert W. Grokoest, 1998.17

Interested in exploring one work of art in detail? Enjoy 15 minutes of close looking with a Currier docent. Sessions are informal, interactive, and focused on a different object in the galleries each day.

Looking Together is offered most Saturdays and Sundays at 11 am and noon. Included with purchase of museum general admission. Please meet in the lobby.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                

Saturday, December 2: Mark Rothko, Untitled (Red over Brown), 1967
Sunday, December 3: Marc Chagall, The Circus Rider, 1956 ­                                            

Saturday, December 9:  Lew Davis, Eight Figures, 1935                                                 
Sunday, December 10: Andrea Bowers, We are Part of Nature, 2022 (a recent acquisition)

Saturday, December 16: Marc Chagall, Untitled from Cirque, 1967 
Sunday, December 17:  Andrew Wyeth, Spindrift, 1950                                              

Saturday, December 23:  Antonio Rossellino, Madonna and Child, 1470                               
Sunday, December 24: No Looking Together tours on this day

Thursday, December 28:  Saya Woolfalk, Heart of a Museum, 2023                                   
Friday, December 29: Sanaa Gateja, Home, 2021              

Saturday, December 30:  Adolph Gottlieb, From Midnight to Dawn, 1956 
Sunday, December 31: No Looking Together tours on this day

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