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Past Exhibitions

“I knew him.” Jim Dine Skulls, 1982–2000

May 16–Aug 17, 2014

Jim Dine is one of the most recognizable and prolific of American artists. His work is characterized by the invention, repetition, and reinvention of now-familiar […]

“You know she’s a little bit dangerous”

Apr 26–Jun 8, 2014

Sandra Erbacher is the winner of the 2014 Chazen Museum Prize to an Outstanding MFA Student. Erbacher’s collages, sculptures and installations employ commonplace industrial materials, […]

Marginalia in cARTography

Feb 28–May 18, 2014

Exhibition Overview This exhibition explores the visual discourse between marginal artistic images and the maps where they appear, as this marginalia sheds light on the […]

Ikeda Manabu and Tenmyouya Hisashi

Dec 13, 2013–Feb 16, 2014

This exhibition features the art of two contemporary Japanese artists and introduces a new work by each into the museum’s permanent collection. Ikeda Manabu has […]

Karen LaMonte: Material and Light

Dec 13, 2013–Jan 12, 2014

Three sculptures by Karen LaMonte on view are tours-de-force of material and light that reflect rich cultural meanings and illuminate human experience. Three recently acquired […]

Mithila Painting: The Evolution of an Art Form

Sep 14–Dec 1, 2013

Exhibition Overview Since the fourteenth century, women in the Mithila region of Bihar, India, have practiced a distinctive traditional form of domestic wall painting. In […]

Romare Bearden: A Black Odyssey

Aug 13–Nov 24, 2013

Exhibition Overview In 1977, Romare Bearden created a series of collages and watercolors based on Homer’s epic poem The Odyssey. Rich in symbolism and allegorical content, Bearden’s Odyssey series […]