With a lifelong appreciation for fine art, Michael Aaron Gallagher has visited several art museums and art collections in the United States and abroad. He has photographed some of the institutions, including many of his favorite works of art. Below are some photographs of the museums and galleries, as well as an up-to-date list of the places he has toured.
Michael Aaron Gallagher has visited The Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York), Museum of Modern Art (New York), The Museum of Fine Arts (Houston), The Barnes Foundation (Philadelphia), Philadelphia Museum of Art (Philadelphia), The Rodin Museum (Philadelphia), The Andy Warhol Museum (Pittsburgh), The Bowes Museum (Barnard Castle, England), Castle Howard (York, England), The Memorial Art Gallery (Rochester), Artisan Works Gallery (Rochester), The Everson Museum (Syracuse), Thomas Cole’s “The Voyage of Life” series at the The Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute (Utica), Thomas Cole’s “The Garden of Eden” exhibit at the Fenimore Art Museum (Cooperstown), The John D. Barrow Art Gallery (Skaneateles), The Clark Art Institute (Williamstown), The Norman Rockwell Museum and the artist’s studio (Stockbridge), The Salvador Dalí Museum (St. Petersburg), The Phoenix Art Museum (Phoenix), The Tucson Museum of Art (Tucson), The John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art (Sarasota), the Appleton Museum of Art (Ocala), the Polk Museum of Art (Lakeland), The Frederic Remington Art Museum (Ogdensburg), artist Juan Cruz’s personal studio, and the L’Inferno di Dante exhibition of Michael Mazur’s monotypes for the Robert Pinsky translation of The Inferno of Dante at The State University of New York College at Cortland.
He has also completed online courses about the Art World including, “What is Contemporary Art?” by MoMa and “A Complete Guide: Art Gallery Management and Exhibition Design” by Tina Ziegler.
Watch the video of Michael Aaron Gallagher’s visit to the Philadelphia Museum of Art below: