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Learning to Look: The Addison at 90

Presented by Addison Gallery of American Art at Addison Gallery of American Art, Andover MA

Learning to Look: The Addison at 90

Exploring nine decades of innovative art education, progressive exhibitions, prescient acquisitions, and pioneering artist’s residencies, with masterworks by artists such as Winslow Homer, Georgia O’Keeffe, Jackson Pollock, and Agnes Martin

Founded through the largesse of Phillips Academy alumnus Thomas Cochran (PA 1890), the Addison Gallery of American Art opened its doors in May of 1931 with a permanent collection of some 400 works. One of the first museums devoted solely to the art of the United States, the Addison was forged with a dynamic and unrelentingly adventurous spirit that has, through the support of generous donors, allowed the museum to assemble one of the world’s most significant and forward-looking collections of

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Admission is free, but timed reservations are required. Tickers are available at

Contact: 978-749-4015

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Public hours: Friday & Saturday 10–5, Sunday 1–5; closed national holidays


Addison Gallery of American Art

3 Chapel Avenue, Phillips Academy, Andover, MA 01810


Parking is available on Chapel Avenue, and in the parking lot between Cochran Chapel and the Andover Inn (across the street from the Addison on Chapel Avenue). Nearby on-street parking is available on Bartlet Street. A second parking lot is available behind Graves Hall, across Main Street (accessible via School Street).

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