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Current Exhibitions

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    • David Adamo

      January 22–May 17, 2015

      This exhibition features an installation of Adamo's small sculptures in the Gallery for Small Sculpture as well as a new group of large-scale wood-carved sculptures in the Sculpture Court. 

    • Eye to Eye: Looking Beyond Likeness

      March 8–May 17, 2015

      This comprehensive exhibition of captivating depictions from the late eighteenth century to post-modernity explores the evolution of Western portraiture by delving into the complex network of social conventions and artistic practice that have shaped the genre. 

    • Overtime: The Art of Work

      March 8–May 17, 2015

      From its sweat, danger, and drudgery, to its heroism, daring, and pride, the labor of others has fascinated artists throughout the modern period. Inspired by works in the Albright-Knox’s Collection, this exhibition creates connections between art and artists from the late eighteenth century to the present.

    • Jeff Koons: Gazing Ball (Charity)

      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.

    • Arturo Herrera: Little Bits of Modernism

      December 12, 2014–April 5, 2015

      Selected from the Albright-Knox Art Gallery’s substantial holdings by Arturo Herrera (Venezuelan, born 1959), this exhibition gives prominence to the artist’s multifaceted practice. 

    • Robert Heinecken: Surrealism on TV

      January 22–May 31, 2015

      This exhibition presents a singular, pioneering work by Heinecken, Surrealism on TV, 1986, which weaves together the artist's interest in both print and broadcast media.