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Past Exhibitions

    • 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.