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Art lovers rejoice! There’s always something amazing on display when you hit Cleveland’s magnificent museum scene and this year is no different. Explore historical artifacts from a bygone age or learn about the hottest artists working today in these exhibits coming through Cleveland Museums in 2021.
The iconic “Martin Creed: Work No. 3398” exhibition at moCa Cleveland says the words we all need to hear right now: “Everything is Going to Be Alright.” The single line of unpunctuated text (in rainbow neon letters, no less) greets visitors as they enter the museum.
In a time of civil and political turmoil, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s legacy won’t be forgotten any time soon. Her life and trailblazing accomplishments are celebrated in Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage’s “Notorious RBG” exhibit, the name paying homage to her Brooklyn brother-from-another-mother, the Notorious B.I.G.
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Go to church in the Middle Ages and view artifacts brought to the Cleveland Museum of Art from St. Paul’s Cathedral in Germany (complementing existing pieces from the Guelph Treasure). With some objects dating back as far as 1,200 years, you won’t want to miss “Medieval Treasures from Münster Cathedral.”
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Four men created a Gauguin-inspired brotherhood called the Nabis and recorded their 1890s-era families and home lives (warts and all). Now at Cleveland Museum of Art, the “Private Lives” exhibition explores the evocative art of Pierre Bonnard, Edouard Vuillard, Maurice Denis and Félix Vallotton.
Marvel at the newly restored statue of superhuman child-god Krishna and nine related sculptures from Cambodia and France in “Revealing Krishna,” a mixed-media audiovisual tour at the Cleveland Museum of Art. The exhibit is dedicated to Phnom Da, a Hindu site over 1,500 years old.
For 50 years, The Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland (MOCA) has played an urgent and exciting role in the city’s cultural landscape, presenting the art and ideas of our time. As a non-collecting...
Considered one of the top art museums in the nation, visit for an hour or explore all day; free of charge to all. Renowned for the quality and breadth of its collection. Home to world-class...
Bringing history to life and people together, thought-provoking programs and exhibitions celebrate identity, culture and connection.