June 20–September 13, 2015
Screen Play: Life in an Animated World is the first exhibition devoted exclusively to examining the work of contemporary artists who use the techniques, technologies, and tropes of animation as tools in their practice.
June 13–October 18, 2015
This installation debuts a new group of colorful abstract paintings by the New York–based artist Dan Colen, who translates the gestures of action painting into piles, globs, and skeins of multicolored chewing gum.
March 20–August 16, 2015
Often inspired by the history of art, Jeff Koons directly based his sculpture Gazing Ball (Charity) on La Soupe by Pablo Picasso, one of his major artistic influences.
May 22–October 4, 2015
This exhibition situates Shayne Dark’s monumental works in and around the Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens, harnessing the Gardens’ existing natural drama.
July 11–November 8, 2015
This exhibition features photographs of prominent twentieth- and twenty-first-century artists from the Albright-Knox’s Collection. Taken by fellow artists, these portraits were created over a span of more than eighty years and capture artistic figures that define the modern and contemporary art world.
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