Swedish-American artist Claes Oldenburg, who created monumental, outsized sculptures of ordinary objects that stirred conversations about pop art in public spaces, has died at age 93. In this "Sunday Morning" report originally broadcast December 18, 1994, host Charles Osgood speaks with Oldenburg and his wife and collaborator, artist Coosje Van Bruggen, about the evolution of "The Shuttlecocks," their sculptures of giant badminton birds outside the Nelson-Atkins Museum in Kansas City. Osgood also talks with curators and critics about Oldenburg’s work.
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Temporary shows that come through Southern California art institutions get a lot of the attention, but permanent collections are every museum's core. Art critic Christopher Knight selects 17 works from permanent collections at the Huntington, LACMA, the Getty and more that he returns to again and again.
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The exhibition, which is the second iteration of the museum's artists-in-residency program, opens Aug. 6.
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On Aug. 13, the Newport Art Museum’s campus will once again be transformed for Wet Paint; the largest and most inclusive outdoor gallery in R.I.