Through September 3
Epic Adventures. Epic Battles. Epic Romance. Epic Tales from Ancient India will feature more than 90 works of art from the Museum’s world-renowned Edwin Binney 3rd Collection of Indian paintings, introducing viewers to the world of South Asian paintings through the classic writings they illustrate, including the Bhagavata Purana, Ramayana, Ragamala, and Persian literature.
Through September 3, 2018
The first major solo museum exhibition to showcase the art and alchemy of New York-based Nancy Lorenz. Having trained in the conservation of Japanese decorative arts, Lorenz employs traditional lacquering and gilding techniques in her studio practice.
Through August 12, 2018
Explore works by the innovative photographer Gjon Mili who studied, interpreted, and suspended motion in 35 gelatin silver prints. Features a continuous screening of the artist’s Academy Award-nominated film Jammin’ The Blues.
Most indelibly associated today with his iconic paintings of flags lining 5th Avenue on the 4th of July, Hassam was one of the leading painters of the period, and an accomplished and influential printmaker.
August 25, 2018 through February 24, 2019
This November marks the centennial of the end of World War I. To commemorate the conclusion of the global tragedy ironically known as the “War to End All Wars,” a selection of seldom-seen graphic works from the Museum’s permanent collection will be on view. While the United State struggled to…
September 1, 2018 through March 3, 2019
Victor Javier Marín Gutiérrez (b. Uruapan, Mexico, 1962) is an artist of international renown, best known for his monumental sculpture based primarily on the human form. Following rigorous training in draftsmanship, painting, and modeling at the Escuela Nacional de Artes Plásticas in Mexico City in the 1980s, Javier Marín had…
August 11, 2018 through February 3, 2019
Modern American Prints, 1920-1948 features an exceptional group of American prints from the Museum’s collection from the “Roaring Twenties” through the Great Depression and World War II. Works in three major mediums–lithography, etching and wood engraving–demonstrate the aesthetic potential of printmaking during the period. While some of the artists focused…
October 20, 2018 through February 24, 2019
Northern Irish sculptor Tim Shaw creates psychologically charged environments that address humanitarian issues designed to unsettle and provoke thought. His work raises questions about difficult and controversial topics such as global terrorism, freedom of speech, and the future of artificial intelligence. From recreating a childhood memory of an IRA bombing…