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Past Exhibitions

    • 2015 Art’scool “Inspired” Exhibition

      May 29–June 21, 2015

      The 2015 Art’scool “Inspired” contest encouraged K–12 teachers whose students visited the AK to show us how they connected their museum visit to their classroom work. This exhibition features winning contest entries.

    • 2015 Art’scool “Inspired” Online Exhibition

      May 20–June 21, 2015

      K–12 teachers from throughout Western New York entered our fourth 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.

    • 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. 

    • Art and Literacy (Education Exhibition)

      April 28–May 27, 2015

      The art department of the Lake Shore Central School District proudly displays the artwork of their kindergarten through twelfth grade students. Students have created unique works of art that reflect the theme “Art and Literacy.”

    • 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.

    • 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.