Amselm Kiefer ranks among the best-known and most important of post-WW II German artists living and working today.
Extraordinary exhibition of 105 of LeWitt’s large-scale wall drawings, spanning the artist’s career from ’69 to ’07.
On view seasonally (May – November) through 2025
Over the course of his long career, Pierre-Auguste Renoir (French, 1841–1919) continually turned to the human figure for artistic inspiration. The body—particularly the nude—was the defining subject of Renoir’s artistic practice, from his early days as a student copying the old masters in the Louvre to the early twentieth century, when his revolutionary style […]
Common Folk and Arts in Recovery for Youth present a group art show by young artists.
The Berkshire Art Museum and the Barbara and Eric Rudd Art Foundation present the exhibition Not Just Another Pretty Picture from June to October.
B6: THE ROBERT W. WILSON BUILDING Jenny Holzer On view, at least through 2020 Laurie Anderson On view, at least through 2020 Louise Bourgeois On view, at least through 2020 Gunnar Schonbeck No Experience Required On view, at least through 2020 James Turrell: Into The Light On view, at least through 2020 Sol Lewitt: Structures On […]
This summer, visitors to the Clark will have the opportunity to experience the Biennale through the lens of an unparalleled collection of special Venice Biennale editioned artworks, books, posters, publicity materials, and other, more unusual objects.
The first solo museum exhibition of works by Ida Ten Eyck O’Keeffe, which brings together a collection of her work with commentary about her complex relationship with her older sister, Georgia.
The quilt from 1863 that inspires artisans from around the world makes its annual appearance at The Bennington Museum!
Sarah Oppenheimer’s large-scale glass and metal structures in “S-337473” are part-architecture and part-sculpture, inviting engagement from the viewer and shifting perspectives of the space.
MIND OF THE MOUND: CRITICAL MASS Trenton Doyle Hancock grew up in Paris, Texas, to a family of evangelical Baptist ministers and missionaries. Supplementing his religious upbringing with comic books and Greek mythology, at the age of 10 he invented Torpedo Boy — an alter ego/superhero he still uses today. At this young age, Hancock already began […]
While Mighty Thunders Roll: Popular Artists Sing the Shakers features specially commissioned a cappella recordings of Shaker songs by artists such as folk-pop legend Natalie Merchant and indie sensation Mountain Man, with a prelude performance by world-renowned cellist Yo-Yo Ma. The Shakers wrote more than 25,000 songs, about 10,000 of which survive. Now, some 230 years after the […]
Borrowed Light presents a new body of large-scale watercolors by Barbara Ernst Prey depicting scenes from the Village.
This show highlights underappreciated regional women artists.
Axis Mundo: Queer Networks in Chicano L.A. maps the intersections among a network of queer Chicanx artists and their artistic collaborators from the late 1960s to the early 1990s.
During the 1960s, Bennington College served as a rural epicenter for a group of artists who were pushing the possibilities of abstraction in works that have come to be known as Color Field.
This exhibition takes visitors on a world tour through images from the early days of tourism prints and photographs.
This exhibition traces the evolution of the use of the arabesque through various movements in European art.
Sally Taylor, daughter of James Taylor and Carly Simon, curates an exhibit asking visual artists, poets, dancers, musicians, perfumers, chefs and sculptors to use each other’s art as a catalyst to create their own.