The exhibit will feature the celebrated Fishermen's Crosses and select large scale works including Les Ames En Route which received a special prize from the American Folk Art Museum in New York City.
What does AFAM stand for?
AFAM stands for American Folk Art Museum (New York)
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We have 17 other meanings of AFAM in our Acronym Attic
- Air Force Acquisition Logistics Division
- Air Force Admission Liaison Officer
- Air Force Alternate Command Post
- Advanced Field Artillery Model
- Advanced Fresh Air Management (refrigeration; Thermo King)
- African American Civil War Memorial (US National Park Service)
- Air Force Achievement Medal
- Air Force Acquisition Model (early US DoD Acquisition Deskbook)
- Almost Family (est. 1976)
- Alta Formazione Artistica e Musicale (Italian: Higher Education in Art and Music)
- Ancient Free and Accepted Mason
- Atomic Force Acoustic Microscopy (imaging)
- ATRRS Funding Allocation Model
- Air Force Armament Museum Foundation (Florida)
- Al Frank Asset Management, Inc.
- Associate Fellow of the Australian Marketing Institute
- Asociación de Fabricantes de Muebles de Jalisco (Mexico)
- Asociacion de Familias y Mujeres del Medio Rural (Spanish)
- Air Force Automated Message Processing Exchange
- Air Force Advanced Mission Planning System
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The Museum of Modern Art is buying the home of its next-door neighbor, the cash-strapped American Folk Art Museum at 45 West 53rd Street, according to the New York Times.
His hand-carved furniture, sculpture, and woodcut prints are in private and museum collections, including the Smithsonian Institution and the American Folk Art Museum, New York.
It's a Monday, the only day the American Folk Art Museum on 53rd Street in Manhattan is closed to the public.
Picture courtesy: Collection American Folk Art Museum, New York.
Rizzoli International Publications and the American Folk Art Museum March 2004 ISBN 0-847-92623-6) In the faith-inspired art of 80-year-old Sister Gertrude, the folk artist made use of various materials to create her interpretations of the Bible.