September 28, 2018
- January 1, 2225
Come see the newly organized collection! We've gathered ancient and modern works of art, together in one space, that explore our shared archetypes, myths, and ideals.
May 1, 2020
- August 23, 2020
This collection comes from California-based writer Sarah Horowitz, who saw in a single kitchen towel something worthy of study. This is also a story of home furnishing designers John and Earline Kimbrell Brice, whose dish towel designs helped “this business to skyrocket” in the 1950s.
June 27, 2020
- September 6, 2020
In the late 1950s and throughout the 1960s, Kwame Brathwaite used photography to popularize the political slogan “Black Is Beautiful.” This exhibition — the first ever dedicated to Brathwaite’s remarkable career — tells the story of a key figure of the second Harlem Renaissance.
July 18, 2020
- September 13, 2020
Cutting-edge international designers explore how objects can embody the element of time in this poetic exhibition. Garments that grow, trees that sing, and objects that become their own miniature worlds encapsulate nature’s growth and decay.
July 25, 2020
- September 26, 2020
Anima: The Essence of Blacknuss is a community companion show to the exhibition Black Is Beautiful and features the photography of Columbia creative Dalvin “Mustafa” Spann.
October 17, 2020
- January 10, 2021
Visions from India presents a breathtaking sweep of 21st-century painting, sculpture, and multimedia works from India and its diaspora.
February 6, 2021
- June 6, 2021
This is the largest private traveling Escher exhibition in the world, including woodcuts, lithographs, drawings, and all eight mezzotints from his career.
July 3, 2021
- September 12, 2021
The Ironic Curtain features artists who worked under political repression in the decades just before the fall of the Soviet Union, making “official” art by day and their own experimental art in secret.
October 9, 2021
- January 9, 2022
30 Americans features an incredible “Who’s Who” list from among the most acclaimed Black artists of our time, including Nick Cave, Glenn Ligon, Lorna Simpson, Mickalene Thomas, and Kehinde Wiley.