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Chrysler Exhibitions

Herb Ritts

On view until Sep 18, 2016

Herb Ritts

The Rock Portraits

See music royalty as captured by photographer Herb Ritts in a collection of stunning portraits organized by the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum in Cleveland.

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Women and the Civil Rights Movement

On view until Oct 30, 2016

Women and the Civil Rights Movement

We present a photographic exploration of the integral role women played in our nation's quest for social justice.

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Norwood Viviano

On view until Jul 31, 2016

Norwood Viviano

Cities: Departure and Deviation

Using minimalist blown-glass forms, Norwood Viviano explores how the rise and decline of industry helps tells the story of urban America, and how those industrial changes altered the face of city landscapes.

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Tony Oursler

On view until Aug 21, 2016

Tony Oursler

TC: The Most Interesting Man Alive

Two of the world's most influential avant-garde artists join forces as the Chrysler debuts a Tony Oursler film about Tony Conrad.

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Harry C. Mann: Norfolk Photographer

On view until Apr 2, 2017

Harry C. Mann: Norfolk Photographer

At the Willoughby-Baylor House

Discover the work of a pioneering cameraman who mixed documenting the bustling commercial life of Granby Street and downtown Norfolk with experimental photos of waves, clouds, and shadows on the sand dunes of Virginia Beach.

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Adeline's Portal

On view until Dec 31, 2016

Adeline's Portal

A Conceptual Installation by Beth Lipman

This conceptual art installation by Beth Lipman, a Chrysler Museum Glass Studio Artist in Residence, was created live in front of our Studio audience and was inspired by Norfolk history. It's on display at the Moses Myers House.

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The Norfolk Rooms

On view until Apr 16, 2017

The Norfolk Rooms

At The Willoughby-Baylor House

Come enjoy a mix of art and history at the Willoughby-Baylor House on East Freemason Street in downtown Norfolk. This exhibit re-imagines early 1800s life via antiques and artworks.

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