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Harold Edgerton, Apple Through Bullet, 1964, dye transfer print.Image from MIT Museum

Art planner: Harold Edgerton's photographs at MFA, circus posters at Ringling

FLASH POINT: FINAL DAYS FOR EDGERTON AT MFA Sunday is the last day to view the small exhibition of Harold Edgerton's photographs in the second-floor gallery at the Museum of Fine Arts. Edgerton (1903-40) was the electrical engineering professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology who refined the stroboscop …

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  1. Art planner: Harold Edgerton's photographs at MFA, circus posters at Ringling

    Visual Arts

    FLASH POINT: FINAL DAYS FOR EDGERTON AT MFA

    Harold Edgerton, Apple Through Bullet, 1964, dye transfer print.
  2. Review: 'The Pitmen Painters' digs into weighty subjects with a light touch

    Stage

    ST. PETERSBURG — It isn't often someone even tries to accomplish what Lee Hall has done in writing The Pitmen Painters, a discussion of a serious subject — in this case art — built into a storyline people are meant to watch and enjoy.

    Derrick Phillips, left, Ally Farzetta and Gavin Hawk star in American Stage’s production of The Pitmen Painters. 
Photo by Joey Clay.
  3. Peter Max's art at Tampa Museum delights and disappoints

    Visual Arts

    TAMPA

    Peter Max had a real moment, an important moment, in art. In the 1960s, he, perhaps more than any other artist, addressed the counterculture zeitgeist on a level that resonated with a much broader population than that of the love-and-peace movement.

    Peter Max’s older pieces, such as Different Drummer, part of a new exhibit at the Tampa Museum of Art, are nostalgic. Latter works, including landscapes and appropriations of Mona Lisa, aren’t that interesting.
  4. Art Planner: Ya La'ford's 'labyrinths' at Chihuly Collection, plus gallery shows

    Visual Arts

    SIGHT AND SOUND: YA LA'FORD AT CHIHULY COLLECTION

    A painting by Kate Norris is in the Summer Show at Clayton Galleries.
  5. Art planner: Cool Art Show comes to St. Petersburg, new gallery shows around Tampa Bay

    Visual Arts

    COOL ART SHOW: IT REALLY IS COOL

    Joyce Curvin’s sculpture will be part of the Cool Art Show.
  6. Art planner: Big savings at Chihuly Collection, big opportunities at Saturday ArtWalk

    Visual Arts

    BIG DEAL: CHIHULY COLLECTION DISCOUNT

    Alberto E. Alfonso, who designed the gallery at the Chihuly Collection in St. Petersburg, stands in the glow of Sunset Persian Wall.
  7. Chihuly Collection plans to move off Beach Drive in August

    Visual Arts

    The Chihuly Collection will leave its current home on St. Petersburg's Beach Drive on Aug. 1.

    Ken Rigsby  and Jim Dando enjoy the colorful glass forms of Dale Chihuly's Mille Fiori at the Morean Arts Center's Chihuly Collection. LARA CERRI   |   Times

  8. Ringling Museum Asian art donor sues to get millions back

    Courts

    Sounds of Japanese and Indian drumming filled the air. Hundreds of guests sampled tea and watched karate demonstrations and dancers swirling in colorful costumes.

    Helga Wall-Apelt was unhappy with the slow progress.
  9. Art Planner: New photography shows of Horst and Jerry Uelsmann

    Visual Arts

    HORST AT THE DALÍ: HAUTE PHOTOGRAPHY

    A work from “Drawn to Greatness” at the Dunedin Fine Art Center.
  10. The new Center for Asian Art at Ringling Museum makes a big impression

    Visual Arts

    SARASOTA

    The Center for Asian Art in the Dr. Helga Wall-Apelt Gallery of Asian Art is a big name for a big project at the John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art.

    The Center for Asian Art’s pavilion, designed by architectural firm Machado Silvetti, is sheathed in 2,736 handmade green-glazed, rippled terra-cotta tiles.