The show closed back in January.
Well, as of today's Go!, Tut is still up:
Actually, except for a A Visual Alphabet: Herbert Bayer's Anthology Paintings, all the other shows listed have come and gone, too. Charles Deas actually exited the museum last November.
What's missing from the G's rundown are three stellar exhibits: Xu Beihong: Pioneer of Modern Chinese Painting and Threads of Heaven: Silken Legacy of China's Last Dynasty, both of which open Oct. 30, and the already-open Robert Adams: The Place We Live, A Retrospective Selection of Photographs.
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