title New York Art Museum’s new collection of art will open to the public, curator says article FALL, Ohio — In the early 1970s, David Bernstein started painting at the Art Institute of Chicago, the largest art gallery in the United States.
Bernstein was working on a new exhibition, The American Dream, and wanted to showcase the work of American artists in a contemporary setting.
He painted portraits of artists like Vincent van Gogh, Robert Rauschenberg, Robert Frank, George H. W. Bush and the late James Baldwin, to name a few.
When the show closed, Bernstein was so moved by his art that he decided to start an art museum in the city, which he named the American Art Museum in Fall, Ohio.
Bernstein had a vision to build a museum that would be a center for American art, and the project that would evolve into the Fall Collection is a culmination of that vision.
The collection of nearly 300 works will be housed in the museum’s basement and feature works from more than 100 artists.
The museum will also host its first annual gallery show, the Fall Gallery, which will be open to members of the public from April 19 to May 5, 2019.
Bernstein, who died in 2016 at the age of 77, created and curated the collections and his personal collection of work at the museum.
The exhibition includes works by Van Gogh and Frank Stella, as well as paintings by James Baldwin and other notable artists, including a sculpture by Frank Stella and a series of works by the late William Blake.
“I knew that I wanted to create a collection of American art that would show that American art has a place in the world, in the museums of the world,” Bernstein said.
“But I also knew that American culture is also important and I wanted it to be a museum in a very special place.”
The collection includes the work that Bernstein has been known to work on, as he has done with some of the most recognizable works of American history: the painting “The American Dream,” a portrait of President Theodore Roosevelt; the painting of George H .
Bushes wife, Florence; the “American Dream” by Vincent van Gollens in his studio in New York City, in which he works on portraits of famous people including George W. Trump and President Barack Obama; the portrait of Nelson Mandela, the first black president of South Africa; and the work “The Fall of Rome,” a painting by George G. Hall that depicts the fall of Rome in 14 AD.
Bernstein said that some of his work has influenced the current work of art.
“In many ways, the American art world, as I see it, has a lot of influence in the visual arts,” Bernstein explained.
“It’s really the influence of the art world that has changed the way we see things.
I was fascinated with how the world was changing and the way art had changed.
I wanted this collection to be an important part of that.”
Bernstein’s work has become part of the museum as well, but the collection will only be open through a special event called the Fall Art Gallery, a partnership between the museum and the artist’s widow, Mary Lou Bernstein.
The event will be held at the American Arts Museum on April 19 and will include a viewing of some of Bernstein’s artwork in person and an installation featuring work from Bernstein’s collection.
The exhibit, which opens to the general public on April 26, is titled “American Art, The Art World, and Art History.”
“I wanted the American collection to reflect the diversity of American culture, and it’s a collection that has been around for many years,” Bernstein told the Times.
“There are very few American art museums, and this one is one of them.
I’m very excited to bring this collection into the American landscape.”
The museum is also planning a special exhibition of works from the collection.
“The collection of works is unique in that it’s not simply about the artworks themselves,” the museum said in a statement.
“Instead, it’s the context in which they were created and the artistic and cultural contexts that created them.
This exhibition will give the American public a glimpse into the creative processes behind the work, the relationships between artists, and how the art works are used as a way of creating meaning.”
Bernstein, a member of the board of trustees at the Museum of Modern Art, was born in Chicago and moved to Ohio to attend the University of Chicago.
In 1973, he moved to New York to study at the Whitney Museum of American Art.
At the Whitney, he worked on a painting called “American Life,” which was later selected as a painting of the century by the American Society of Abstract Artists.
“American art is part of a very large part of our cultural landscape,” he told the Time in 2017.
“My work is part and parcel of that