Explores how different cultures explain the changing of the seasons.
Thirty artists contribute deeply personal works in a variety of mediums that touch on themes of motherhood, family, the body, life during the pandemic, daily routines, hair, and the mystical, intuitive side of femininity.
This exhibition features objects and images from the museum’s collection that are both fantastical and familiar.
Conjures a colorful alternate reality through densely layered, spray-painted works inspired by the aesthetic sensibilities of the 1990s and an imagined Afrofuturist tomorrow.
Photographs, photographic installations, and a new series of drawings that meditate on the sea.
Speaks to the unique role of art in Jesuit teaching as an instrument for finding meaning in life through imagination, feelings, and reflection.
This major exhibition is the first to focus on the influence of Spanish art and culture on American painting, and highlights prominent American artists such as Mary Cassatt, Robert Henri and John Singer Sargent. Artists in the 19th century increasingly …
Examines the mansion and objects from its collection including reproductions, faux finishes, 20th century copies of 17th century objects and more.
In the Healing Language of Trees: a natural act of transformation restructured for curing many ills. This 18-month project with artist Daniel Minter is an exhibition of his two-dimensional and relief work.