The exhibition highlights recent additions to the collection, focusing on portraiture as a form of artistic experimentation and social commentary.
This exhibition brings together work by contemporary artists who incorporate weaving, sewing, quilting, and fabric to explore ideas about gender, identity, memory, and cross-cultural encounters.
"Currents: Art Since 1875" tells new stories, asks provocative questions, and challenges assumptions about the human experience through works of twentieth and twenty-first century art.
Metamorphosis and Malice: Pontormo’s Three Monochrome Paintings from Renaissance Florence and Related Works, Markell Gallery
"Metamorphosis and Malice" brings together three of the only known monochromatic paintings by Pontormo, a leading painter in sixteenth century Florence.
An untitled work by American artist Nick van Woert anchors a selection of ancient and historic sculpture exploring global histories of empire-building, cross-cultural ideals of beauty, and manipulations of the built landscape
Figures from the Fire: J. Pierpont Morgan’s Ancient Bronzes from the Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, Walker Gallery
This exhibition features twenty small-scale ancient bronze sculptures from the Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art, all purchased by the American financier J. Pierpont Morgan between 1904 and 1916 and given to the museum by his son in 1917.
This exhibition of art in the Atlantic World considers empire-building across Europe, North America, and their colonies, and how it shaped interconnected global networks from the fifteenth to the nineteenth centuries.