Craving Culture? Exhibitions to see now.

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New Orleans–style group photo in painter Wadsworth Jarrell’s backyard, c. 1968, by Wadsworth Jarrell, archival pigment print. On view at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago.

From hooked rugs in Toronto and tapestry in Denver to Hopper in Pittsburgh and Picasso in New York, there’s an ample crop of great art around the country fight now ready for the fall harvest.

ARIZONA
Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art
Kelly Richardson: Tales on the Horizon

COLORADO
Denver Art Museum
Creative Crosroads: The Art of Tapestry

CONNECTICUT
Bruce Museum, Greenwich
Charles Harold Davis (1856–1933): Mystic Impressionist

ILLINOIS
Art Institute of Chicago
Making Place: The Architecture of David Adjaye

Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago
The Freedom Principle: Experiments in Art and Music, 1965 to Now 

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Sphinx Alley III, 1975, by Jack Whitten. On view at the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis.

MINNESOTA
Walker Art Center, Minneapolis
Jack Whitten: Five Decades of Painting

NEW YORK
MoMA
Picasso Sculpture

NORTH CAROLINA
Bechtler Museum of Modern Art, Charlotte
Sam Francis: Rapid Fluid Indivisible Vision

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School of Fish, c. 1995, by Deanne Fitzpatrick, various materials and burlap. On view at the Textile Museum of Canada.

ONTARIO
Textile Museum of Canada, Toronto
Home Economics: 150 Years of Canadian Hooked Rugs

PENNSYLVANIA
Philadelphia Museum of Art
Take Two: Contemporary Photographs

Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh
CMOA Collects Edward Hopper

TEXAS
Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth
Kehinde Wiley: A New Republic

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China Grove Church, Hale County, Alabama, 1982, by William Christenberry. On view at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.