Upcoming Exhibitions

  • Britain's Golden Age
    Exhibition

    Britain's Golden Age

    Opens April 28, 2017

    British art comes into its own in the eighteenth century. For the first time artists born in Britain—Thomas Gainsborough, Sir Joshua Reynolds, Richard Wilson, to name a few—set the European standard in portraiture and landscape, for which the country’s art has come to be best known and most admired. Many of their most talented followers are on view in this new installation of paintings from the Berger Collection. More

  • Frederic Remington, A Dash for the Timber, oil on canvas, 1889.
    Exhibition

    The Western

    An Epic in Art and Film
    Opens May 27, 2017

    The Western: An Epic in Art and Film is the first major exhibition to examine the Western genre and its evolution from the mid-1800s to the present through fine art, film, and popular culture. Featuring 160 works, the exhibition explores gender roles, race relations, and gun violence—offering a visual journey that is more than cowboys, bandits, and barroom brawls.

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  • Common Ground
    Exhibition

    Common Ground

    Photographs by Fazal Sheikh, 1989-2013
    Opens August 13, 2017

    Common Ground: Photographs by Fazal Sheikh, 1989-2013, is the first comprehensive American exhibition of critically acclaimed photographer Fazal Sheikh’s work. The more than two-decade-long career of the Kenyan-rooted and American-born artist has focused on raising awareness of international human rights issues through his documentary-based photography practice. More

  • Ganesha, 600s-700s, Cambodia
    Exhibition

    Ganesha

    The Playful Protector
    Opens October 1, 2017

    Ganesha: The Playful Protector is developed in collaboration with the National Museum of Cambodia in Phnom Penh, which is loaning a statue of Ganesha created in the 600 to 700s that is the centerpiece of the exhibition. More

  • Her Paris
    Exhibition

    Her Paris

    Women Artists in the Age of Impressionism
    Opens October 22, 2017

    See remarkable works created by women in Paris from 1850 to 1900, a time of great social, cultural, and artistic change. Her Paris: Women Artists in the Age of Impressionism will feature more than 80 paintings by 37 women artists from across Europe and America, who had migrated to this epicenter of art to further their careers. They range from well-known artists such as Berthe Morisot, Mary Cassatt, and Rosa Bonheur, to painters who are lesser-known in the United States, including Anna Ancher and Paula Modersohn-Becker. More