See two featured exhibitions with just one ticket
This fall’s featured exhibitions present landmark looks at artists who were, in many ways, extremely different. Between Monet and His Modern Legacy and Evelyn Hofer: Eyes on the City, visitors experience a breadth of sensibilities, genre, and vision. That’s why we’re proud to offer admission to both exhibitions for the cost of a single ticket.
Monet and His Modern Legacy
Oct. 28-March 10
The master Impressionist’s far-reaching influence is explored in this exhibition, which features Monet’s paintings as well as those of the Abstract Expressionists they inspired. See Monet’s once-dismissed late works and trace their evolutions through to the radical works of artists like Sam Francis, Helen Frankenthaler, Jules Olitski, and Jean-Paul Riopelle. The exhibition also features three remarkable loans from Paris’ Musée Marmottan Monet as well as the return of the beloved Water Lilies.
Evelyn Hofer: Eyes on the City
Evelyn Hofer’s first major U.S. exhibition in more than 50 years, Eyes on the City features over 100 stunning portraits of cities and the people who inhabit them. Unlike other street photographers, Hofer captured life and society in careful compositions and deliberate moments. Experience the work of an underrecognized visionary–one who sought to convey the essence of her subjects, be they everyday citizens or urban capitals in the midst of transformation.
Monet and his Modern Legacy is organized by The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art. This exhibition is generously supported by Paul DeBruce and Linda Woodsmall-DeBruce, the Marion and Henry Bloch Family Foundation, Shirley Bush Helzberg, Evelyn Craft Belger and Richard Belger, Nancy and Rick Green, Neil Karbank and Gretchen Calhoun, the Atterbury Family Foundation, Liz and Greg Maday, Husch Blackwell LLP, and Hallmark Cards, Inc.
Evelyn Hofer: Eyes on the City is co-organized by The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art and the High Museum of Art, Atlanta. In Kansas City, generous support has been provided by the Hall Family Foundation, Paul DeBruce and Linda Woodsmall-DeBruce, Bill and Sara Morgan, Shirley Bush Helzberg, Evelyn Craft Belger and Richard Belger, Nancy and Rick Green, Neil Karbank and Gretchen Calhoun, the Atterbury Family Foundation, and SpecChem.