Art Everywhere US, August 4 – August 31, 2014

58 Works of American Art from Five Major Museums Pop Up on 50,000 Digital and Static Displays across the Country

Art Everywhere US billboard in Columbia, South Carolina, featuring Charles Sheeler’s Classic Landscape (1931, National Gallery of Art, Washington DC, Collection of Barney A. Ebsworth)

Art Everywhere US billboard in Columbia, South Carolina, featuring Charles Sheeler’s Classic Landscape (1931, National Gallery of Art, Washington DC, Collection of Barney A. Ebsworth)

Art Everywhere US rendering featuring (left) Childe Hassam’s Allies Day, May 1917 (1917, National Gallery of Art, Gift of Ethelyn McKinney in memory of her brother, Glenn Ford McKinney) and (right) Grant Wood’s American Gothic (1930, Art Institute of Chicago, Friends of American Art Collection, © Estate of Grant Wood / VAGA, NY, NY)

Art Everywhere US rendering featuring (left) Childe Hassam’s Allies Day, May 1917 (1917, National Gallery of Art, Gift of Ethelyn McKinney in memory of her brother, Glenn Ford McKinney) and (right) Grant Wood’s American Gothic (1930, Art Institute of Chicago, Friends of American Art Collection, © Estate of Grant Wood / VAGA, NY, NY)

Art Everywhere US Times Square rendering, featuring (top) Chuck Close’s Phil (1969, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, © Chuck Close) and (bottom) Edward Hopper’s Nighthawks (1942, The Art Institute of Chicago, Friends of American Art Collection)

Art Everywhere US Times Square rendering, featuring (top) Chuck Close’s Phil (1969, Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, © Chuck Close) and (bottom) Edward Hopper’s Nighthawks (1942, The Art Institute of Chicago, Friends of American Art Collection)

Art Everywhere US rendering, featuring Roy Lichtenstein’s Cold Shoulder (1963, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, © Estate of Roy Lichtenstein)

Art Everywhere US rendering, featuring Roy Lichtenstein’s Cold Shoulder (1963, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, © Estate of Roy Lichtenstein)

Art Everywhere US billboard, featuring Martin Johnson Heade’s Giant Magnolias on a Blue Velvet Cloth (1890, National Gallery of Art, Washington DC, Gift of The Circle of the National Gallery of Art in Commemoration of its 10th Anniversary)

Art Everywhere US billboard, featuring Martin Johnson Heade’s Giant Magnolias on a Blue Velvet Cloth (1890, National Gallery of Art, Washington DC, Gift of The Circle of the National Gallery of Art in Commemoration of its 10th Anniversary)