Apr 20
Jul 14
Still Modern

Still Modern

Presented by Flint Institute of Arts at Flint Institute of Arts

Still life artworks depict inanimate objects, such as fruit, flowers, and vessels. This genre of art has been employed by artists for centuries, but the subject gained popularity in the late 16th century in the Netherlands through Dutch painters. The subject matter continued to fascinate artists throughout the 20th century, with modern artists, such as Marc Chagall, Serge Charchoune, and Roy Lichtenstein, adapting new ways and methods of depicting the traditional genre. This exhibition features works on paper (prints and watercolors) from the 20th to 21st century that depicts still lifes. Artists in this exhibition such as Audrey Flack, Janet Fish, and Jane Goldman show the ways the subject has been continually reinvented to portray scenes of modern life.


Image: Paul Signac, French, 1863 – 1935. Zinnias and Marigolds, ca. 1911 – 1915. Watercolor on paper. 13 x 15 1/4 in. (33 x 38.7 cm). Gift of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Ryerson 1939.2

Admission Info
FIA Members Free
Genesee County Residents Free
Adults $10.00
Children 12 & Under Free
Students with ID $8.00
Senior Citizens $8.00

Phone: 810-234-1695

Email: info@flintarts.org

Dates & Times

2019/04/20 - 2019/07/14

Location Info

Flint Institute of Arts

1120 E. Kearsley, Flint, MI 48503

Parking Info

Free parking is available on both the North and South entrances of the building. Overflow parking is available using Flint Central High School’s parking lot, adjacent to the South end of the FIA. Click here for directions.

Accessibility Info

The entire Institute is wheelchair accessible through both North and South entrances, and an elevator is located near the first floor restrooms. Wheelchairs are available to use free of charge on a first come first served basis at the Visitor Service desk at the North entrance of the building. Wheelchair accessible restrooms are available in the lobby, in the Art School and on the second floor.

Service Animals
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