DAVID J. WAGNER, L.L.C.
Fiftieth Annual ART AND THE ANIMAL Exhibition
of The Society of Animal Artists
at The San Diego Natural History Museum (left)
Smithsonian Book Signing (right)
following Washington, D.C.
premiere of ENDANGERED SPECIES
at The U.S. Department of Interior Museum
arranged by David J. Wagner, Ph.D.,
David J. Wagner, Ph.D. is President and Chief Curator/Tour Director of a limited liability corporation located in the state of Wisconsin, established for the principle purpose of producing and managing museum exhibitions and traveling exhibits throughout North America. David J. Wagner, L.L.C. has produced ongoing tours of the Society of Animal Artists flagship exhibition, ART AND THE ANIMAL; BLOSSOM ~ ART OF FLOWERS in partnership with The Susan K. Black Foundation; and THE HORSE IN FINE ART, in collaboration with the American Academy of Equine Art. For five consecutive years, he curated the annual reinstallation of the Outdoor Sculpture Courtyard at National Geographic Society Headquarters in Washington, D.C.
Other museum exhibitions and traveling exhibits produced by David J. Wagner, L.L.C. include: AMERICA'S PARKS Through the Beauty of Art; THE ART OF ROBERT BATEMAN (McMichael Canadian Art Collection, Toronto, Ontario premiere, with tour ending at The Whyte Museum of The Canadian Rockies in Banff, Alberta); ROBERT BATEMAN: A RETROSPECTIVE; ART OF THE DIVE / PORTRAITS OF THE DEEP; ART OF THE RAINFOREST; BIODIVERSITY IN THE ART OF CAREL PIETER BREST van KEMPEN; ENDANGERED SPECIES, FLORA AND FAUNA IN PERIL (The U.S. Department of Interior Museum in Washington, D.C. following Wildling Art Museum, California premiere); EXQUISITE MINIATURES BY WES AND RACHELLE SIEGRIST; LEROY NEIMAN: A RETROSPECTIVE (including National Art Museum of Sport) and LEROY NEIMAN, ON SAFARI (exclusive showing in Denver at The Wildlife Experience); MASTERS OF AMERICAN PHOTOGRAPHY (Ansel Adams to Steichen, Stieglitz, et al); PAWS AND REFLECT: ART OF CANINES, sequel to FELINE FINE: ART OF CATS; PORTRAITS BY MARION PIKE (Los Angeles estate collection exhibit at Palm Springs Art Museum); THE SEA OF CORTEZ; and KENT ULLBERG: A RETROSPECTIVE (Joslyn Art Museum premiere). Upcoming exhibits scheduled to premiere in September, 2013 include: AMERICAN WILDLIFE ART (based on the book of the same title) and ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT; and in 2015, ANDREW DENMAN: THE MODERN WILD. David J. Wagner was the recipient of the 2010 Susan K. Black Foundation, Black-Parkman Award for Art Industry Leadership.
Davidjwagnerllc.com is the official website of David J. Wagner.