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'Thinking in Paint:' FSU art professors respond on canvas to Ringling Museum works

The first gallery visitors see at the Ringling Museum of Art is filled with monumental, literally wall-sized works by Peter Paul Rubens, followed by room… Read more »

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Documenting Appalachia

The photographs are stark, glossy black and white matted and framed in white, their subjects nearly leaping off the walls of the Ringling Museum to… Read more »

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Reunited at the Ringling

Once upon a time two carved wooden elephant heads hung on the wall in the Tap Room at Ca’ d’Zan, circus magnate John Ringling’s palatial… Read more »

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Rising waters: Living in a world of climate change

14,000-gallon aquarium art piece installed on bayfront adjacent to Cà d’ Zan…. Read more »

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'Re:Purposed:' Finding artistic inspiration in cast-off objects

Artists find inspiration in cast-off objects… Read more »

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'Re:Purposed:' Finding artistic inspiration in cast-off objects

Artists find inspiration in cast-off objects… Read more »

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What does America sound like?

The contemporary string quartet ETHEL presents a musical portrait of the country in ‘Documerica’……. Read more »

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New Stages: Reimagining the sources of artistic inspiration

Reimagining the sources of artistic inspiration… Read more »

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Etchings by Salvator Rosa go beyond his landscape oils at The Ringling

Etchings by Salvator Rosa go beyond his landscape oils… Read more »

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The art of pataphysics: Thomas Chimes exhibit at The Ringling

Thomas Chimes had his first museum survey show in 1968 at The Ringling. Now, a larger collection is on display…. Read more »

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Clearly, works of glass art on exhibit

Eyes protected by safety goggles, hands encased in sticky gloves, six Ringling Museum staff members crouch around a coffin-sized glass vessel. On a count of… Read more »

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Out of the barn, into the Ringling Museum

The story goes that Christopher Brown had kept a valuable 18th-century English portrait in his garage before donating it to the Ringling Museum of Art… Read more »

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CONCERT REVIEW: An 'immersive soundscape' summons the gods to the Ringling courtyard

More of an “event” than a “concert,” John Luther Adams’ “Inuksuit: In the Capacity of the Human” challenged its audience to open their ears to… Read more »

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Two new exhibits open at The Ringling

Photographs and works on paper go on display in two new exhibits at The Ringling this weekend. “Optical Impulses,” abstract prints by Josef Albers, Victor… Read more »

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Ceylon photographs at the Ringling offer a window into another world

Historical photographs from the south Asian island of Ceylon have surprising parallels at the Ringling Museum of Art…. Read more »