Upcoming Exhibitions

Seeing through Stone

Seeing through Stone brings together artwork by contemporary artists from around the globe whose work engages with prisons, justice, and freedom, to provide a vision and model of abolition in practice.

Christina Fernandez: Multiple Exposures

This landmark exhibition presents the work of Christina Fernandez, whose photographs and installations explore migration, labor, gender, and her Mexican American identity. Bringing together the artist’s most important bodies of work for the first time, Christina Fernandez: Multiple Exposures invites us to reconsider history, borders, and the lives that cross and inhabit both.

Calder: at home, among friends

Never one to rely on mass produced objects, Calder's rigorous inventiveness is reflected in the unique household items and jewelry that he made throughout his life. Drawing on the Museum collection, this installation highlights the intimate side of the artist through these personal objects, created abundantly and gifted generously to friends and family. 

Kambui Olujimi: North Star

Kambui Olujimi: North Star brings together Kambui Olujimi’s multimedia inquiry into the liberatory possibilities of weightlessness, inviting us to imagine new relationships to our bodies, the self, the planet, and the universe.