Kalamazoo Institute of Arts

Kalamazoo, MI





The Kalamazoo Institute of Arts offers art classes and a place for the enjoyment of the visual arts through exhibitions, lectures, special events and a permanent collection. The museum's 10 galleries showcase outstanding temporary exhibitions and portions of the KIA's significant permanent collection. While the collection's emphasis is 20th-century American painting and sculpture, it also includes an extensive European and American print collection, as well as important collections of photography and contemporary ceramics. The collection includes works by local, national, and international artists. KIA is located at 314 South Park Street. Please call Kalamazoo Institute of Arts for admission fees and hours. Information as of 2012.

Google Book Searches conducted in 2008 and 2013 by Traditional Fine Arts Organization (TFAO) located the following brochures, catalogues and gallery guides published on paper in connection with the Museum and with a topic of American representational art. The list may not include all relevant publications. Titles are listed by date of publication, with most recent listed first. Information on publications may be in error or incomplete. Titles may be followed by links to related essays published by Resource Library. See Definitions for more information on finding brochures, catalogues and gallery guides using TFAO's website.

Hispanic American Art: A Sacred Tradition : October 28, 1995 Through January ..., By Anita Vogelaar. Published 1996 by Kalamazoo Institute of Arts

CENTURY OF CARING - ONE HUNDRED YEARS OF AMERICAN REALISM, Published 1986 by Kalamazoo Institute of Arts. Art Center

Kirk Newman: A Retrospective, 1964-1984, By Kirk Newman, Larry Wolf, Greg Waskowsky, Contributor Larry Wolf. Published 1984 by Kalamazoo Institute of Arts.58 pages ISBN 093374207X

Harvey Breverman: Painting, Sculpture, Graphics, Drawings, October 2-31, 1976. Published 1976 by Kalamazoo Institute of Arts

IMPRESSIONISM IN MICHIGAN, PAINTINGS, DRAWINGS AND GRAPHICS FROM MICHIGAN .... Published 1967 by Kalamazoo Institute of Arts "Paintings, drawings and graphics from Michigan Collections."

Western Art: Paintings and Sculptures of the West: Kalamazoo Institute of Arts. Published 1967 by Genevieve and Donald Gilmore Art Center, Kalamazoo Institute of Arts

RUDY POZZATTI, DRAWINGS AND GRAPHICS, Published 1967 by Kalamazoo Institute Of Arts. Art Center

Centennial Exhibition of the Works of Alfred Juergens, 1866-1934. Published 1966 by Kalamazoo Institute of Arts

The American Artist & Nature, 1864-1964. Published 1964 by Kalamazoo Institute of Arts Google Books says: "Exhibition, prepared jointly by the Fort Wayne Art Museum, the Art Center; Kalamazoo Institute of Arts; and the South Bend Art Center, ..."

Susanne Suba. Published 1964 by Art Center, Kalamazoo Institute of Arts .Google Books says: "Catalog of an exhibition held Mar. 7-29, 1964."

Fort Custer's Army Artists. Published 1942 by Kalamazoo Institute of Arts

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