“Artists Flight” Tour

American Masters explores the lives and works of some of the nation’s most influential and iconic visual artists with an “Artists Flight” of four compelling documentaries about Eva HesseElizabeth MurrayAndrew Wyeth and Jean-Michel Basquiat. Your experience doesn’t have to end with the films. Take an “Artists Flight” tour using the map below, which highlights where artwork from each of the featured artists is currently on view, so you can see the art up close at a museum or gallery near you!

1.    San Francisco Museum of Modern Art – Sans II (1968), in permanent collection exhibition (ongoing)
2.    Detroit Institute of Arts – Accession II (1969), in permanent collection exhibition (ongoing)
3.    Jewish Museum – Untitled (1963-64), in permanent collection exhibition (ongoing)
4.    Seattle Art Museum – No Title (1964), in the ‘Big Picture, Art After 1945‘ exhibit (ongoing)
5.    Art Institute of Chicago – Untitled (1960), in permanent collection exhibition (ongoing)

1. The Museum of Modern Art – Do The Dance (2005)in ‘The Long Run‘ exhibit (on view until 11/4/2018)
2. San Francisco Museum of Modern Art – Things to Come (1988), in ‘Approaching American Abstraction‘ exhibit (ongoing)
3. Sheldon Museum of Art – Wishing for the Farm (1991), in ‘Approaching Landscape’ exhibit (on view until 12/31/2018)
4. Detroit Institute of Arts – L’Amour (For Panic D.J.) (1986), in permanent collection exhibition (ongoing)
5. Colby Museum of Art – Cracked Question (1987), in permanent collection exhibition (ongoing)
6. Carnegie Museum of Art – Don’t Be Cruel (1985-86), in ‘Crossroads: Carnegie Museum of Art’s Collection, 1945 to Now’ exhibit (ongoing)
7. The Davis Museum at Wellesley College – The Weaver Painting (1988), in permanent collection exhibition (ongoing)
8. Memphis Brooks Museum of Art – Tempest (1979), in permanent collection exhibition (ongoing)
9. Smith College Museum of Art – Whereabouts (1985), in permanent collection exhibition (ongoing)
10. Virginia Museum of Fine Arts – Summer Wind (1997), in permanent collection exhibition (ongoing)
11. Toledo Museum of Art – Stay Awake (1989), in permanent collection exhibition (ongoing)

1.    The Museum of Modern Art – Christina’s World (1948), in permanent collection exhibition (ongoing)
2.    Philadelphia Museum of Art – Study for “The Mill” (1962), in ‘Between Nature and Abstraction’ exhibit (on view until 1/2019)
3.    Greenville County Museum of Art – Andrew Wyeth Watercolors: Selections from the Greenville Collection (on view until 1/13/2019)
4.    Farnsworth Museum – Andrew Wyeth: Temperas and Studies from the Wyeth Collection’ (on view until 2/3/2019)
5.    The Brandywine River Museum of Art – multiple works in permanent collection exhibition (ongoing)
6.    The Fralin Museum of Art at the University of Virginia – Big Room (1988) in ‘In My Room: Artists Paint the Interior 1950-Now’ (on view until 9/30/2018)
1.    The Broad – Beef Ribs Longhorn (1982), Eyes and Eggs (1983), With Strings Two (1983), Melting Point of Ice (1984), Pink Devil (1984), in permanent collection exhibition
2.    Soho Contemporary Art Gallery – multiple works on display (ongoing/limited edition screenprints only)