Craving culture? Exhibitions to see now.

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The Invisible Man (Harlem, New York) (1952) by Gordon Parks. © The Gordon Parks Foundation. On view at the Art Institute of Chicago.

From prints in Philadelphia and sculpture in Dallas to Bob Dylan in New Orleans and William Eggleston in Portland, Ore., spring’s fragrant bloom of art has sprung across the country and is ready to be enjoyed.

ARIZONA
Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art
Mel Roman: Coming Out Under Fire

CALIFORNIA
Los Angeles County Museum of Art
Agnes Martin

San Francisco Museum of Modern Art
California and the West: Photography from the Campaign for Art

The Road West, U.S. 54 in Southern New Mexico (1938) by Dorothea Lange. © Oakland Museum of California. On view at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.

CONNECTICUT
Bruce Museum, Greenwich
Electric Paris

ILLINOIS
Art Institute of Chicago
Invisible Man: Gordon Parks and Ralph Ellison in Harlem

LOUISIANA
New Orleans Museum of Art
Bob Dylan: The New Orleans Series

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Untitled (1970-73) by William Eggleston, dye transfer print. © The William Eggleston Trust. On view at the Portland (Ore.) Art Museum.

MASSACHUSETTS
Clark Institute, Williamstown
Splendor, Myth, and Vision: Nudes from the Prado

MINNESOTA
Minneapolis Institute of Art
Beyond the Selfie: Portraits in the 21st Century

NEW MEXICO
Harwood Museum of Art, Taos
Mabel Dodge Luhan & Company: American Moderns and the West

OREGON
Portland Art Museum
William Eggleston: Selections from the Wilson Centre for Photography

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Monoprint (circa 1942-’43) by Harry Bertoia. © Estate of Harry Bertoia. On view at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

PENNSYLVANIA
Philadelphia Musum of Art
Breaking Ground: Printmaking in the US, 1940–1960

TEXAS
Kimbell Art Museum, Fort Worth
The Brothers Le Nain: Painters of Seventeeth-Century France

Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas
Joel Shapiro

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Installation by Joel Shapiro at the Nasher Sculpture Center in Dallas. Photo y Kevin Todora.