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The exhibition—one of the largest in PAAM’s history—focuses on the work Helen Frankenthaler (1928–2011) created in Provincetown between 1950 and 1969.
Following her marriage to Robert Motherwell in 1958, she spent more than a decade of summers living and working in Provincetown. The collection is...More
After an enjoyable yet very warm investigation of Commercial St we had PAAM as our target destination. Not only was it delightfully cool and welcoming, but the 2 special exhibitions on display were terrific. We took our time and absorbed the art, learned about the...More
I love going to museums! This one was having an on-line bidding auction for various works of art displayed in a large room of the museum. Although I didn't win, I'd encourage anyone going to P-town to stop by and enjoy. I bought some cards...More
When in Provincetown, and the cloud slides into the sky, head to PAAM - the Art Museum. It's a special building (beautifully designed) with perfectly lit galleries, and a permanent collection of both famous and not-so famous very good artists that sojourned in Provincetown. The...More
If you like art, don’t miss this place. They have truly creative exhibits, bot permanent and short term. It is better than any gallery you will visit. Don’t miss the small paintings show which features several hundreds local artists.
Every trip to Provincetown includes a visit to PAAM. Their permanent collection is a good way to learn about art on the Cape, and their temporary exhibitions are always good. Spend a little bit of time here.
PAAM is the best art museum venue on Cape Cod. Their exhibitions are particularly rich in artists with an Outer Cape connection, and there are a great many of high quality, from Motherwell to Pollock. This summer's highlight is a Helen Frankenthaler exhibition that is...More
Go here to support the local Arts! It's a nice little space and maybe on the day you visit the show might be "your cup of tea" - wasn't mine on the day I visited, but we all need to support the arts and all...More