In honor of Presidents' Day, here is a look at all of the works in our collection that depict President Washington and his wife Martha.
The 1988 exhibition A Quiet Revolution: British Sculpture Since 1965 focused on six artists whose works expressed the evolution of British sculpture from 1965 to the mid-1980s.
On February 9, 1985, the Albright-Knox presented a live auction of 71 artists’ valentines to benefit the museum.
Between 1911 and 1914, Albert Gleizes and Jean Metzinger continued the development of the Cubist movement Georges Braque and Pablo Picasso initiated just a few years prior. In 1912, Gleizes and Metzinger published the influential “Du Cubisme,” which was the first major treatise on the subject.
Sonia Delaunay: A Retrospective Exhibition—the largest survey ever assembled of Delaunay’s work at that time—opened with a Members’ Preview on February 2, 1980.