by the African-American artist,
including 12 paintings that have
never been shown in a Tanner retrospective. Touring to the Cincinnati
Art Museum and the Museum of
Fine Arts in Houston, the exhibition
includes Tanner’s famed Resurrection of Lazarus, from the Musée
d’Orsay in Paris, a career-making
canvas that earned Tanner his first
international praise when it was
exhibited in 1897 and which has
never crossed the Atlantic.
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Pennsylvania Ballet’s spring 2012
season begins with a contempo-
rary repertory program, “Pushing
Boundaries: Forsythe & Neenan,”
Feb. 9-12. Two full-length wonders
follow at the Academy of Music—
Robert Weiss’ Messiah, March
8–17, and the company premiere
of Trey McIntyre’s Peter Pan, May
3–13. The season closes with
Jerome Robbins’ N. Y. Export: Opus
Jazz, a company premiere, plus
Peter Martins’ Barber Violin Con-
certo and a Matthew Neenan world
premiere, May 31–June 3,
at the Merriam Theater.