The exhibition explores how processes of social, political, and cultural modernization have contributed to the unique worldview of Andean communities living in Peru, Ecuador, and Bolivia
This exhibition examines the critical and creative functions of language in global contemporary art from the 1980s to the present.
“In Light of Rome” comprehensively explores the contribution made by the cosmopolitan art center to the early history of photography and traces the medium’s rise there that forever changed the way we perceive the Eternal City.
This exhibition presents extraordinary masks from the island New Ireland, part of Papua New Guinea, that residents performed in at funeral ceremonies to explore their cultural significance and collecting history connected to Maine.
Helen Frankenthaler (1928–2011) and Jo Sandman (b. 1931) reveal new modes of conceptualizing art in the 1960s and printmaking’s role in that revolution.
"Antiquity & America" uncovers a new history of curious and related phenomenon: the intensity and passion with which Mediterranean antiquities have long been collected by Americans, and the prominent role the ancient Mediterranean has played in the history of American cultural and political life.
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.