Jun. 16, 2021
Galleries and museums should not only exhibit artwork but also educate the public about the artwork they exhibit. I would like to see the Cleveland Museum of Art exhibit works in their collection in temporary mini exhibits meant to spotlight works in their collection and educate the public about those specific works, and the time period in which they were done, the artists who did them, and most important... how they relate to each other. One example would be exhibiting Picasso's La Vie next to David Cupid and Psyche. Another example could be exhibiting 36 Poetic Immortals done in the mid 1700's next to The Suge by Conrad Marca-Relli done in the mid 1950's.