October 27, 2015 - January 10, 2016
The first survey of American still life in three decades, Audubon to Warhol: The Art of American Still Life features 130 oil paintings, watercolors, and works in other media representing the finest accomplishments in the genre from its beginnings in the late 1700s to the Pop Art era of the 1960s.
November 11, 2015 - March 20, 2016
This exhibition offers a look at beautiful woven textiles of the Zo people of Myanmar, India, and Bangladesh. It spotlights traditional weavings worn for daily life and ceremonial occasions, such as weddings, funerals, and feasts of merit. Patterns, techniques, and local variations are closely examined, revealing the extraordinary beauty and craftsmanship of these distinctive creations.
November 21, 2015 - April 3, 2016
Bruce Mau is internationally recognized for his achievements in design, including visual identities, brand systems, books, packaging, and exhibition graphics. His most recent work applies design tools and concepts to environmental, social, economic, and political problems. Work on What You Love offers examples of Mau’s innovative solutions for clients like Coca-Cola, the country of Guatemala, and Biomuseo in Panama City, presenting a portrait of a tireless designer at the vanguard of the field’s search for solutions to global concerns.
December 6, 2015 - March 27, 2016
This exhibition presents an assortment of masterful drawings from the royal courts of northern India. Carefully and lovingly amassed by artist Conley Harris and architectural designer Howard Truelove, the collection features practice sketches, preparatory drawings, subtly modeled scenes, and lightly colored compositions created between the sixteenth and nineteenth centuries. With a variety of images at different stages of completion, the collection allows for a fascinating examination of Indian workshop practice. Although the majority served as preparatory material for opaque watercolor paintings, these revelatory drawings are celebrated in this exhibition as accomplished works of art in their own right.
February 24, 2016 - May 15, 2016
This exhibition chronicles Pop art’s emergence as a global movement, migrating from the United Kingdom and the United States to western and eastern Europe, Latin America, and Japan. Although Pop arose in distinct forms within each region, artists expressed a shared interest in mass media, consumerism, and figuration. International Pop navigates a fast-paced world packed with bold and thought-provoking imagery, revealing a vibrant cultural period shaped by widespread social and political revolution.