Outside Eyes: New Perspectives on the Collection

Taubman Museum of Art

Oct. 13, 2024 - Feb. 18, 2019

110 Salem Ave SE
Roanoke, 24011


The Taubman Museum of Art is pleased to present a major exhibition highlighting the “outside eyes” interpretation expertise of an array of individuals from various disciplines such as writing, medicine, fashion, finance, and music among others. Outside Eyes: New Perspectives on the Collection showcases both visitor favorites alongside never-before-seen works from the museum’s renowned collection. Featuring a broad sampling that includes paintings, sculpture, prints, photographs, drawings, and glass, Outside Eyes focuses on artists who came to the forefront between the 19th century and today, a particularly dynamic period in art being made worldwide. The exhibition brings together over fifty works by such renowned American artists as Norman Rockwell, John Singer Sargent, Thomas Hart Benton, George Inness, and William Bradford as well as contemporary artists such as Rosemary Laing and Binh Danh alongside regional luminaries Pierre Daura, E. Antoinette Hale, Betty Branch, Gerald Donato, and Glen McClure.

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