Cleveland Museum of Art unveils 13 shows for 2020 on Picasso, photography, Khmer sculptures and more
CLEVELAND, Ohio – It’s going to be a busy year at the Cleveland Museum of Art.
The museum today announced a baker’s dozen of exhibitions for 2020, most available for free. Some shows have been previously announced, but this is the first time a complete list is available.
Special exhibitions were an important factor in the museum’s record-breaking attendance of nearly 865,000 for fiscal year 2019, ending in June.
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Written by Steven Litt.
Originally published January 21, 2020.
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