Provincetown Art Association and Museum Opens New Exhibitions

PROVINCETOWN – Three new exhibitions officially opened at the Provincetown Art Association and Museum on Friday evening.

The first, “Adolph Gottlieb in Provincetown” extends from his Pictographs of the 1940s through to the beginnings of what would become his Burst paintings in 1956. Some of the major transitions in his art took place in the studio on Commercial Street.

“Mary Sinclair: A Retrospective” features another artist with close connections to the Cape. For five decades, Mary Sinclair’s career was tied to a remarkable degree to Cape Cod and Provincetown in particular. Her work always emphasized friends and family, and place and environment.

Finally, in anticipation of the annual Consignment Auction, a live event that features the work of late regional artists, PAAM presents a preview of all lots for public display.

Held this year on Saturday, September 22 at 7pm, the auction features artwork by deceased artists who lived, studied, or worked on Cape Cod. This year’s auction features over 100 paintings, prints, sculptures, and works on paper.

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