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Frye Museum: Hana Hamplová: Meditations on Paper

In the 1970s, photographer Hana Hamplová (Czech, born 1951) was commissioned to create the cover for a samizdat (underground press) publication of Bohumil Hrabal’s novella, Too Loud a Solitude. The story, written in 1976 and set in Prague, follows an eccentric man...

Frye Museum: Archipenko: ‘A Modern Legacy’

Situated at the forefront of the historic European avant-garde, Alexander Archipenko (American, born Ukraine, 1887–1964) reinvigorated sculpture with his dynamic creativity at the beginning of the twentieth century. A celebrated innovator and inventor, Archipenko took...

FRYE: To Seattle | Subject: Personal

To: Seattle | Subject: Personal embraces the idea that a museum and its collection are living entities in constant transformation. The exhibition brings together a selection of works of contemporary art acquired by the Board of Trustees of the Frye Art Museum between...

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