Partner in the News: Clyfford Still Museum
Attendance is on the rise at Denver’s Clyfford Still Museum. The Art Newspaper reported that the museum, which is dedicated solely to Clyfford Still, a pioneer of Abstract Expressionism, “has received 38,562 visitors in 2014 — already close to the 40,000 the museum originally projected for an entire year and likely to surpass last year’s total of 42,685.”
Some of the reasons for their success, according to this article, are changing exhibitions and joint ticketing, programming and marketing with other local art museums. For example, the museum unveiled Vincent/Clyfford featuring Still’s works that echoed van Gogh’s to coincide with the Becoming van Gogh exhibit at the Denver Art Museum, which is next door.
What’s up next at the museum? Read about its future plans here.