June 2, 2019
January 5, 2020
BCAM, Level 2
Since the 1980s, Chinese contemporary artists have cultivated intimate relationships with their materials, establishing a framework of interpretation revolving around materiality…
September 22
December 8, 2019
Resnick Pavilion
Every Living Thing: Animals in Japanese Art celebrates one of the most distinctive and compelling aspects of Japanese art: the depiction of animals. Underpinned by Japan's unique…
August 25
November 11, 2019
Art of the Americas Building, Level 2
In Sound Stories, Christian Marclay (United States, b. 1955) fuses art and technology, using Snapchat videos as raw material. A collaboration between the artist and Snapchat, this…
July 28
November 11, 2019
BCAM, Level 3: Nathanson Gallery
Mary Corse’s first solo museum survey is a long overdue examination of this singular artist’s career. Initially trained as an abstract painter, Corse emerged in the mid-1960s as…
January 4, 2010
November 3, 2019
B. Gerald Cantor Sculpture Garden
Auguste Rodin (1840–1917) is the most recognized sculptor of the 19th century. Images of his work pervade our collective cultural consciousness, and he has been canonized into the…
July 27
November 3, 2019
B. Gerald Cantor Sculpture Garden
Zak Ové (born 1966) is a British visual artist of Trinidadian descent. His sculptural installation, The Invisible Man and the Masque of Blackness, encapsulates the complex history…
June 16
September 29, 2019
Resnick Pavilion
Beyond Line: The Art of Korean Writing will be the first exhibition held outside of Asia to focus on the history of writing and calligraphy in Korea. Believed to mirror one’s…
May 5
September 15, 2019
BCAM, Level 1
Frank Stella (b. 1936) has been a pivotal figure in the development of modern art since the 1950s. Working in multiple mediums, he has created an extensive body of work that has…