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    • Buffalo's Monuments Men

      February 6–April 6, 2014

      Buffalo's Monuments Men presents archival materials, as well as recently discovered information about one of the Albright-Knox’s paintings, to celebrate the contributions made by Buffalo’s Monuments Men to the preservation of Europe’s cultural heritage during World War II.

    • Expression Through Art (Education Exhibition)

      December 31, 2013–February 2, 2014

      This exhibition features the work of children with a mental health diagnosis aged 6–18 who participated in a four week art session facilitated by art therapist Karie Schwartz as part of a Ronald McDonald House Charities grant-funded program produced by the Mental Health Association of Erie County, Inc.

    • Kota Ezawa: REDRAWN

      October 4, 2013–January 19, 2014

      This exhibition features a selection of works from a series Ezawa created that focuses on physical space versus illusionary space, and how reality and fiction merge to form intricate relationships in films, television, and photographs.

    • Ken Price: Slow and Steady Wins the Race, Works on Paper, 1962–2010

      September 27, 2013–January 19, 2014

      Co-organized by the Albright-Knox Art Gallery and The Drawing Center, this exhibition includes more than sixty works on paper by Ken Price, many of which have rarely been exhibited. While the artist is best known for his sculpture, this exhibition offers a rare look at his dedication to drawing.

    • Robert Therrien

      July 3–October 27, 2013

      Since the 1970s, Robert Therrien has created work sourced from memory and the everyday, coaxing humble elements into surreal configurations through abstraction, repetition, color, and scale.

    • Healing Hearts: From Hurt to Hope (Education Exhibition)

      August 27–September 29, 2013

      Healing Hearts: From Hurt to Hope features the work of student artists in kindergarten through twelfth grade from eight local school districts. The artworks created for this exhibition reflect and call attention to the need for anti-bullying awareness.

    • Trine Lise Nedreaas: Yana and Noname

      June 21–September 29, 2013

      Trine Lise Nedreaas works mainly in video, using a post-production process that gives her works, which are based on fictional elements, a documentary-like feeling. This exhibition focuses on Nedreaas's Yana and Noname, 2009.

    • R. B. Kitaj: Don’t Listen to the Fools

      June 21–September 15, 2013

      R. B. Kitaj’s works explore questions central to the development of the twentieth century, while also incorporating autobiographical qualities. This exhibition will feature more than seventy-five works in the Gallery’s Collection.

    • Sweet Dreams, Baby! Life of Pop, London to Warhol

      May 31–September 8, 2013

      Life of Pop offers an in-depth look at rarely seen works from the Gallery’s Pop art collection, while providing a historical analysis of the movement’s influences, key contributors, techniques, themes, trends, and legacy.

    • Young at Art (Education Exhibition)

      June 22–July 25, 2013

      This exhibition features artwork created by three hundred kindergarten through fourth-grade students at Maple West Elementary School in Williamsville.

    • 2013 Art’scool “Inspired” Exhibition

      May 17–June 9, 2013

      K–12 teachers from throughout Western New York entered our second Art'scool "Inspired" contest, presented by BlueCross BlueShield of Western New York. This exhibition of selected entries will be on view in Clifton Hall.

    • 2013 Art’scool “Inspired” Online Exhibition

      May 3–June 9, 2013

      K–12 teachers from throughout Western New York entered our second Art'scool "Inspired" contest. All entries are now on view in this online gallery. An exhibition of selected entries will be on view at the Gallery May 17June 9.

    • Kelly Richardson: Legion

      February 16–June 9, 2013

      Kelly Richardson: Legion is a major mid-career survey exhibition that takes an extensive look at Richardson’s audio-visual installation works of the past fifteen years.

    • Artworks in the Knox (Education Exhibition)

      April 16–May 12, 2013

      Artworks in the Knox features works by students from all twelve schools in the West Seneca Central School District. Approximately three hundred works created by students in kindergarten through grade twelve are featured.

    • Beauty, Life, and Spirit: A Celebration of Greek Culture

      July 27, 2012–April 21, 2013

      This exhibition—presented in celebration of the Gallery's 150th anniversary—is the third in a series organized in partnership with the Buffalo Museum of Science that incorporates work from both museums’ collections.

    • Engage, Exchange, Expand (Education Exhibition)

      March 15–April 7, 2013

      Engage, Exchange, Expand is an exhibition of artwork created by participants in the Gallery’s Access AK: Creative Connection program, which serves a wide range of visitors of different ages and needs with tours and artmaking sessions.

    • Houses of Collective Embroidery (Education Exhibition)

      January 8–February 3, 2013

      These portraits of houses—inspired by Artist-in-Residence Dennis Maher and his exhibition House of Collective Repair—were made through layering by artists from Starlight Studio and Art Gallery.

    • DECADE: Contemporary Collecting 2002–2012

      August 21, 2012–January 6, 2013

      This major exhibition will explore the Albright-Knox’s recent collecting history, featuring key acquisitions from the past ten years and highlighting the continuing growth and dynamism of the Gallery’s Collection.

    • Universals Albright-Knox 150

      December 4–December 30, 2012

      In honor of its 150th anniversary, the Albright-Knox Art Gallery commissioned the artists Eric and Heather ChanSchatz to create a unique work of art that will be on view starting December 4, 2012, to celebrate the Gallery’s Founders’ Week.

    • Color 150 (Education Exhibition)

      December 4–December 30, 2012

      Throughout the course of the Albright-Knox’s 150th anniversary this year, we invited Gallery friends of all ages to get creative with our PARTICIPATE coloring cards. This exhibition is the result.

    • Wish You Were Here: The Buffalo Avant-garde in the 1970s

      March 30–July 8, 2012

      Wish You Were Here explores a creative ecology that flourished in Buffalo in the 1970s comprising collaborative pockets of artistic communities in the visual arts, film, video, performance, literature, and music.

    • Art’scool "Inspired"

      May 10–June 17, 2012

      K–12 teachers from throughout Western New York entered our Art'scool "Inspired" contest, presented by BlueCross BlueShield of Western New York. This exhibition of selected entries will be on view in Clifton Hall.

    • Calloused (2012 Future Curators Exhibition)

      May 3–June 17, 2012

      This exhibition is organized by the 2012 Future Curators and features artwork created by local high school students. It is composed of pieces that show both vulnerability and the internal strength we acquire through time.

    • Art'scool "Inspired" Online Exhibition

      April 25–June 17, 2012

      K–12 teachers from throughout Western New York entered our Art'scool "Inspired" contest. All entries are now on view in an online gallery. An exhibition of selected entries is on view at the Gallery through Sunday, June 17.

    • Spotlight on the Collection
      Artists in Depth: Arp, Miró, Calder

      March 25, 2011–April 15, 2012

      Presented by The Buffalo News
      Featuring a comprehensive array of works in all media by Jean (Hans) Arp, Joan Miró, and Alexander Calder, this exhibition will highlight the Gallery’s extensive collection of the work of these three modern masters, who pushed color, line, and form beyond convention.

    • Hands Up! (Education Exhibition)

      February 17–March 11, 2012

      Hands Up! is an exhibition of artwork created by participants in the Gallery’s Matter at Hand program, which serves a wide range of visitors of different ages and needs with tours and artmaking sessions.

    • Living Art:
      A. Conger Goodyear and Sculpture

      November 4, 2011–March 4, 2012

      This exhibition presents thirty-five sculptures and works on paper by nineteen artists, gifted or bequested to the Gallery by A. Conger Goodyear between 1926 and 1970. It will also feature a selection of archival material from the G. Robert Strauss, Jr. Memorial Library and Gallery Archives. 

    • Virocode: A Disappearance of the Source

      October 21, 2011–January 29, 2012

      Virocode: A Disappearance of the Source will feature new works related to the artists' “Evolving Moisture” series, including static photo-sculptures, video projections, and a new experimental strategy that uses micro-loops of video/digital photographs that shimmer within framed LCD screens.

    • Victoria Sambunaris: Taxonomy of a Landscape

      October 21, 2011–January 22, 2012

      Victoria Sambunaris's photographs capture the expansive American landscape and the natural and fabricated adaptations that appear throughout it. This exhibition, presented in conjunction with the Lannan Foundation in Santa Fe, features approximately forty photographs from Sambunaris’s body of work.

    • Full Color Depression: First Kodachromes from America’s Heartland

      October 21, 2011–January 22, 2012

      Photographs by Jack Delano, Russell Lee, Marion Post Wolcott, and Others
      This exhibition will feature a selection of rarely seen color photographs from the Library of Congress’ Farm Security Administration (FSA) photography collection.

    • Videosphere: A New Generation

      July 1–October 9, 2011

      Videosphere: A New Generation is the first-ever exhibition of works in new media drawn exclusively from the Gallery’s Collection. Featuring twenty-six works by twenty-four artists, it highlights the Gallery’s recent acquisition of new media works with various styles and approaches.

    • SANGHA
      An Installation by Kathryn Walker

      July 22–September 25, 2011

      Kathryn Walker’s installation SANGHA—made up of nearly one thousand miniature pots embellished by the artist—will be on view in the Gallery for Small Sculpture.

    • Albright-Knox Art Gallery Staff Show 2011 (Education Exhibition)

      July 26–August 28, 2011

      Discover the hidden talents of the people who work behind the scenes at the Albright-Knox. This year’s exhibition features work created by diversely skilled staff members, including accountants, educators, security guards, and curators.