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MIA Bracket Madness: Round 1

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Tapping the competitive spirit of “The Sports Show” exhibition, the museum is “facing off” 32 of its most beloved artworks in the collection. Voting takes place over nine rounds—with the champion to be determined by you! Vote for you favorites below, and come back to keep the competition lively.

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Vincent van Gogh, Olive Trees, 1889 Egon Schiele, Standing Girl, c. 1908–1909

 

 

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Attributed to the Painter of Vatican 359, Black-Figure Neck Amphora, c. 540 B.C. Nicolas Poussin, The Death of Germanicus, 1627

 

 

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Artist unknown (Assyrian), Winged Genius, c. 883-859 B.C. William-Adolphe Bouguereau, Temptation, 1880

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Ida (?) Claymore, Suitcase, 1880-1910 Claude Monet, The Japanese Bridge, c. 1923-1925

Be sure to catch “The Sports Show” and “The Sports Show: Minnesota” at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts, through May 13 and September 2, respectively.

Here’s the nine round bracket lineup for your reference:

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