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Mel Leipzig’s 1991 painting “Francesca’s Room” is part of his “Everyday People” exhibition, which will be at the Morris Museum in Morris Township through April 19

Through April 4: “50 Years of Inspiration and Impact: The Photographic Legacy of Klaus Schnitzer and His Students.” at George Segal Gallery at Montclair State University.

Through April 12: “Paper Weight: Works in Paper by Elsa Mora” at 1867 Sanctuary Arts & Culture Center, Ewing.

Through April 19: “Everyday People: Mel Leipzig’s Figurative Realism” at Morris Museum, Morris Township. ( Review)

Through April 26: “Legends of Motown: Celebrating the Supremes” at Grammy Museum Experience Prudential Center, Newark.

Through May 3: “Norman Bluhm: Metamorphosis” at Newark Museum of Art.

Through May 10: “Dreaming of Utopia: Roosevelt, New Jersey” at Morven Museum & Garden, Princeton.

Through June 7: “Hugh Hayden: Creation Myths” at Bainbridge House, Princeton.

Through June 21: “Virgil Ortiz: Odyssey of the Venutian Soldiers” at Montclair Art Museum.

Through June 28: “Mid-Century New Jersey: The Garden State in the 1950s” at Cornelius Low House Museum, Piscataway.

Through July 5: “Columbia: Thomas Nast Illustrates the Moral Conscience of the United States” at Macculloch Hall Historical Museum, Morristown.

Through Aug. 8: “Uncaged: Animals in the Collection” at Montclair Art Museum. ( Review)

Through Dec. 31: “Springsteen: His Hometown” at Monmouth County Historical Association, Freehold. ( Review)
Through Dec. 31: “That’s Worth Celebrating: The Life and Work of the Johnson Family” at Grounds for Sculpture, Hamilton.

Through June 14: “Cézanne: The Rock and Quarry Paintings” at Princeton University Art Museum.

Through June 21: “Federico Uribe: Animalia” at Montclair Art Museum.
Through June 21: “Personal Landscapes” at Montclair Art Museum.Works by B.E.F. Oakes, Christine Elvin and Katrina Bello.

April 4-May 3: “Victim Shame, Body Shame,” works by Christy O’Connor at ChaShaMa, Matawan.

May 1-16: HomeFront’s Artjam pop-up gallery at 11 Hulfish St., Palmer Square, Princeton. Proceeds will benefit ArtSpace, the therapeutic art program at HomeFront.


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