Museum Opening Kotler-Coville Glass Pavilion, Ringling Museum of Art, Florida 22 January www.ringling.org Designed by Lewis Whitlock, this new pavilion will display the Ringling’s collection of American and European studio glass. It will also provide an entrance to the historic Asolo Theater and serve as a performance and rehearsal space.
Michel Sittow National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C. 28 January–13 May www.nga.gov After training in Bruges, Estonian-born Sittow became a highly sought-after court painter. The exhibition will present around of his works (most of his surviving corpus) and explore Sittow’s links with his Netherlandish contemporaries.
Way Bay BAMPFA, Berkeley 17 January–6 May bampfa.org More than works – spanning film, performance, painting and poetry – will represent the creativity of Bay Area artists over the last years. There will be continuous film screenings in the galleries as well as highlights from BAMPFA’s archive of audio and video recordings of local artists.
Elizabeth Friedlander Ditchling Museum of Art + Craft, Sussex 6 January–29 April ditchlingmuseumartcraft.org.uk Friedlander is best known for creating the Bauer Type Foundry typeface ‘Elizabeth’ and designing covers for Penguin. This exhibition also presents her wood engravings, maps, and advertising work, as well as work for a wartime British black propaganda unit.
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