This exhibition highlights how the arts of Central and West Africa represent social themes across time.
"The Visitors" features new work by Andrea Dezsӧ together with art from Bowdoin’s collections.
"Fast Fashion / Slow Art" features films, videos, installations, and performances by an international group of emerging and established contemporary artists and filmmakers.
This exhibition celebrates the artist and inventor Rufus Porter (1792–1884), an imaginative polymath and entrepreneur curious about art, science, and communication technologies.
Explores the history of Maine town and city views published during the first fifty years of statehood through major lithographs and several related paintings.
"Assyria to America" examines the ancient and modern histories of Bowdoin’s six reliefs from ancient Nimrud.
This overview of Bowdoin’s collection of artwork from the first half of the twentieth century addresses the development of new visual languages and new philosophical sensibilities as artists explore how to render the ineffable tangible.
This exhibition brings together works from Bowdoin’s collection with important recent acquisitions that offer new perspectives on the art of Europe and the transatlantic colonies.