HIGH MUSEUM: GATECRASHERS - THE RISE OF THE SELF-TAUGHT ARTIST IN AMERICA
Showing at the High Museum Aug. 20-Dec 11, 2021.
From the High Museum:
Gatecrashers: The Rise of the Self-Taught Artist in America (Aug. 20-Dec. 11) — This touring exhibition organized by the High will celebrate more than a dozen early widely celebrated painters without formal training who fundamentally reshaped the idea of who could be an artist in the United States. Gatecrashers will highlight three painters of the interwar period — John Kane, Horace Pippin, and Anna Mary Robertson “Grandma” Moses — alongside paintings by Morris Hirshfield, Lawrence Lebduska, Josephine Joy, and other self-taught artists from the first half of the 20th century.
Exhibit is open to all general admission ticket holders $16.50.