ASL Tour at Home

Participants in the ASL Community

Access

Colorful vertical painting of a light skinned woman sitting, head resting on her hand. She wears a blue and yellow dress of brushy paint strokes. She holds a guitar resting along the length on her leg. There is a red floor and blue walls, and a plant on a

Sunday, November 21, 2021
2 – 3 pm
Zoom, Virtual Program

Participants in the ASL community are invited to explore the exhibition Afterlives: Recovering the Lost Stories of Looted Art through a guided tour led by Alexandria Wailes. This exhibition traces the fascinating timelines of individual objects as they passed through hands and sites before, during, and after World War II, bringing forward their myriad stories.

This program will be conducted through Zoom and offered without voice interpretation. Due to limited capacity ASL students will not be admitted to the program.

All Access Programs are free of charge and require advance reservation. Please contact access@thejm.org or 212-423-3289 for more information or to register.

Henri Matisse, Girl in Yellow and Blue with Guitar, 1939, oil on canvas. The Art Institute of Chicago, Brooks McCormick Estate, 2007.290. © Succession H. Matisse / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York; image provided by The Art Institute of Chicago / Art Resource, New York.