Museum Exhibits with Art by SAK

The Pop Culture Gallery The World of Coca-Cola
Atlanta, Georgia, USA

FOUR PAINTINGS BY STEVE KAUFMAN were ACQUIRED BY THE WORLD OF COCA-COLA MUSEUM FOR ITS PERMANENT COLLECTION.
Click here for full coverage about Steve Kaufman paintings acquired for permanent collection at the World of Coca-Cola Museum.
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STEVE KAUFMAN IS THE FIRST AMERICAN ARTIST FEATURED AT THE OFFICIAL MOZART MUSEUM. Click Here to Learn More.

A Letter from The Reiss-Engelhorn Museum:

Hello Dear Diana,

After a long time, the Mozart-painting of Steve Kaufman has found its place in the Zeughaus (now The Reiss-Engelhorn Museum), one of the greatest museums in the Mannheim-area. There was an official ceremony with the director of the Zeughaus, Mrs. Homering, the chairman of the Mozart-society, Dr. Würtz, and many press people. Representatives of the museum and the Mozart Society delivered speeches about Steve Kaufman, his great work, and outstanding personality.
          Gitta thanked (at the presentation) you, Diana, and Steve Kaufman for your tremendous generosity and kindness, after which she drew the curtain from the great work of art. You can see her standing in the middle of the photos. Five individual newspapers reported with very respectable reviews about this event. It was a great day and a total success!
          All attendants were delighted with the painting. Just a few moments after the ceremony, there came a group of high school kids to the painting. They surrounded it, and were absolutely fascinated about it. We sent you photos of the ceremony and the reports in the newspapers via file attachment.
          We wish you, Diana, your entire family a happy, successful and healthy New Year!

Best regards,

Dietrich, Gitta, Björn, and Eddie, the wiener dog.

The Reiss-Engelhorn Museumin Mannheim, Germany

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(Former) Museum of Contemporary Art, Hot Springs, AR

These paintings and other works of art went missing after the Closure of this location in hot springs, Arkansas. We hope that all art will be restored Very Soon For public display.