Through February 3, 2019
This exhibition 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.
Through March 3, 2019
A Mexican sculptor of international renown, Javier Marín is best known for his monumental sculpture based primarily on the human form. At the heart of Javier Marin’s work is the search for identity. Javier Marín’s work, above all, is about beauty, a particularly human beauty that reflects what the poet José Emilio Pacheco described as “the terrible miracle of being alive.”
October 20, 2018 through February 24, 2019
An exploration of global terrorism, freedom of speech, and artificial intelligence as expressed through six thought-provoking installations. 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 and…