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    • Art Makes You Think Bigger (Education Exhibition)

      June 1–June 19, 2016

      This exhibition explores how art and design are integral parts of the learning process at Buffalo Public School 33 Bilingual Center and showcases the work of the students.

    • 2016 Art’scool “Inspired” Exhibition

      May 27–June 19, 2016

      The 2016 Art’scool “Inspired” contest encouraged K–12 teachers whose students visited the Albright-Knox to show us how they connected their museum visit to their classroom work. This exhibition features winning contest entries.

    • 2016 Art’scool “Inspired” Online Exhibition

      May 17–June 19, 2016

      K–12 teachers from throughout Western New York entered our fifth annual Art'scool "Inspired" contest. A selection of entries will be on view in this online gallery. An exhibition of winning entries will be on view in the Clifton Hall Link.

    • Torey Thornton: Sir Veil

      February 27–May 29, 2016

      Torey Thornton’s purposely ambiguous imagery is nestled between abstraction and figuration. This mini-survey exhibition considers Thornton’s process and the important role language, both graphic and visual, plays in his practice.

    • For the Love of Things: Still Life

      February 27–May 29, 2016

      Selected predominantly from the Albright-Knox Art Gallery’s renowned collection, this exhibition considers the still life's recent history: how this perennially popular thematic genre has continued to flourish while often being challenged and, in many ways, transformed.

    • Art That Inspires (Education Exhibition)

      May 6–May 22, 2016

      Art That Inspires is a multi-media exhibition of artwork by students in grades K–12 at Tapestry Charter School, presented by the school's Visual Art department.

    • Erin Shirreff

      January 23–May 8, 2016

      In her work across media, Erin Shirreff mines the network that connects sculpture to its photographic representation. This first large-scale US museum survey of Shirreff’s work is organized by the AK and ICA/Boston.

    • Joan Jonas: Good Night Good Morning

      January 16–May 1, 2016

      Joan Jonas is best known for her unique combination of installation, performance, drawing, photography, and film. This exhibition will debut two works by Jonas that the museum recently acquired.