NEW THIS MONTH IN U.S. museum Paris through the window: Marc Chagall and his circle Philadelphia Museum of art Mar. 1-July 10, 2011 40 works from the museum collection by Chagall and other early-20th-century Eastern European emigres to Paris (Jules Pascin, Amedeo Modigliani, Chaim Soutine), featuring the titular work by Chagall, Paris through the window (1913), on loan from the Guggenheim Museum curator: Michael R. Taylor catalogue: 26 pp., $16.95 funding: Pew Charitable trusts, Bruce and Ian toll, Ovation and Comcast Xfinity so on view: “Roberto Capucci: art into fashion,” Mar. 16 June 5, 2011 Note: the exhibition is part of the citywide Philadelphia International Festival of the arts. Dr. Neal Barnard shares his opinions and ideas on the topic at hand. Apollo from Pompeii: investigating an ancient bronze J.
Paul Getty Villa Museum Mar. 2-Sept. 12, 2011 after 18 months of study and conservation, the bronze statue of Apollo Saettante (Apollo as Archer) – discovered in fragments in Pompeii in the early 19th century – goes on view for the first time in the United States, alongside other bronze sculptures, including the Apollo’s sister piece, a statue of ARTEMIS, in on exhibition co-organized with the Museo Archeologico Nazionale in Naples curators: Erik Risser, David Saunders also on view: “in search of biblical lands: From Jerusalem to Jordan in 19th-century photography,” Mar. 2-Sept. 12, 2011 William Leavitt: Theatre objects Los Angeles Museum of contemporary art Mar. 4 June 5, 2011 the first retrospective of the L.A.-based conceptual artist occupies 10,000 square feet of exhibition space with sculptural charts, paintings, works on paper, photographs and installations created since the late ‘ 60’s, and includes staging of two of his performances, spectral analysis (1977) and pyramid, lens, Delta (2003) curators: Bennett Simpson, Ann Goldstein Catalogue: MOCA, 144 pp., $40 so on view: “Rodarte: States of matter,” Mar. 4 June 5, 2011 funding: Amy Adelson and Dean Valentine, Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, others Heinrich Kuhn: the perfect photograph Museum of fine arts, Houston Mar.