Syracuse’s Everson Museum Adds 7 Works to Collection Following Sale of $12 Million Pollock

January 11th, 2021

Following the sale of a $12 million Pollock from its holdings, Syracuse’s Everson Museum has purchased seven works by emerging and mid-career artists, including pieces by Shinique Smith and works by local artists.  “The Everson’s collection has been steadily evolving in recent years,” says director Elizabeth Dunbar, “and this new group of purchases—the first of many more to come—signals an institutional commitment to building a collection that not only reflects the rich diversity of our community, but embodies the potential for exploring new and multiple narratives within the trajectory of art past, present, and future.”

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