The Frye Art Museum continues to strategically build its collection through purchases and gifts, both deepening existing areas of strength and diversifying holdings to reflect the Museum’s expansive curatorial program and Seattle’s globalized present. Acquisitions of the last ten years demonstrate the Museum’s commitment to growing and contextualizing its distinctive historical collections of late nineteenth- and twentieth-century European and American art while broadening its holdings of contemporary works to embrace previously underrepresented identities, perspectives, and forms of expression. To some extent, acquisitions mirror the Museum’s exhibition history, creating a material record of the institution’s engagement with local, national, and international artists and commemorating the special audience connection formed through temporary presentations. Contemporary artworks chosen for the collection often respond to or complicate the narratives around mediums and genres traditionally associated with the Frye, like painting, landscape, and portraiture.
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|Long Live the Avant-Garde of the Revolution – The Red Fleet||Unknown||Poster reproduction||1919-20, printed 1967|
|1) If We Do Not Finish Off the White Guard - 2) The White Guard Will Regain Its Footing - 3) If We Out an End to the Pan and Fold Our Arms - 4) Wrangel Will Reach Out with His Hands to Strike the Worker - 5) As Long as the Red Banner IS Not Firmly Planted||Mayakovski, Vladimir||Poster reproduction||1919-20, printed 1967|
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