Visions of America: three centuries of American prints

Exhibition May 28 − September 3, 2017
In the Dallas Museum of art opened the exhibition "Visions of America: three centuries of American prints from the National gallery of art".
The exhibition consists of more than 150 exclusive prints by hundreds of American and American artists, from "Paul Revere to John James Audubon and Andy Warhol to "Guerrillas". This is the first such major Museum overview of American prints over the last thirty years.
The exhibition covers a period of three centuries, from 1710 to 2010. For given imprints the visitor can see the history of the development of the United States through the attitude of artists to build up their overall picture of this diverse work.
Organized in chronological and thematic terms, the exhibition "Visions of America..." shows work by artists such as James Abbott McNeill Whistler, Mary Cassatt, Winslow Homer, George bellows, John Marin, Jackson Pollock, Louise Nevelson, Romare Bearden, Robert Rauschenberg, Chuck close, Jenny Holzer, Carla Walker, and many others.
Prints, from colonial times to the modern era to illustrate major movement in American art.
This is the final, the fourth exhibition of the international tour of this exhibition, organized by the National gallery of art in Washington.

On the official website The Dallas Museum of art and website