Cleveland Museum of Art Launches "Home is Where the Art Is" Video Series In Response to Coronavirus Shutdown


The Cleveland Museum of Art last week launched "Home Is Where the Art Is," a new series that will feature the insight and expertise of the museum's curators on current exhibitions and future planned programs that have now been canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic.

First up: Barbara Tannenbaum, curator of photography, discusses the exhibition "Ilse Bing: Queen of the Leica."

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