Tag Archives: Mark Rothko

After a summer abroad, SLAM’s Richters return to the galleries

After spending the summer in Switzerland, Betty and other works by Gerhard Richter are back in the Art Museum’s East Building. Betty and the three diptychs marking the fall of the Berlin Wall — November, December, and January — were temporarily on view at the Beyeler Foundation, which had organized a major retrospective exhibition of… Read More »

Last Chance to See Tragic and Timeless: The Art of Mark Rothko

This week is your last chance to see Tragic and Timeless: The Art of Mark Rothko. The free exhibition, which the Riverfront Times’ Malcolm Gay called “a minor coup,” closes Sunday, September 14. Bringing together nine works by Mark Rothko, including four major paintings from Switzerland’s Beyeler Foundation and an important painting from a private… Read More »