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Past Exhibitions

    • No Limitations (Education Exhibition)

      June 28–July 20, 2011

      No Limitations is a collection of artwork that represents the exploration and creative expression of the artists of People Inc. Arts Experience Day Habilitation.

    • raw (2011 Future Curators Exhibition)

      May 6–July 3, 2011

      The artists whose works are featured in raw delve into a realm of introspection, rejecting the commonplace and the ordinary. The result is an exhibition with an atmosphere free of the pollution of technology—a sort of sanctuary from the mechanics of everyday life.

    • Surveyor

      February 18–June 5, 2011

      Surveyor is a Collection-based exhibition presenting modern and contemporary artists whose works are rooted in the exploration, observation, construct, and perception of landscape.

    • Pipilotti Rist: Dwelling (within)

      March 18–June 4, 2011

      This exhibition will center on the recent acquisition of All or Nothing (alles oder nichts), 2010, an intimately scaled video sculpture by the Swiss-born artist Pipilotti Rist and the first work by the artist to be acquired by the Albright-Knox.

    • Artworks 2011: Inside the Knox (Education Exhibition)

      May 3–May 22, 2011

      The West Seneca Schools’ exhibition, Artworks 2011: Inside the Knox, celebrates student artists. It includes artwork in a variety of media, including sculpture, painting, drawing, and photography. 

    • Telling Tales

      July 30, 2010–April 17, 2011

      Telling Tales features a selection of small sculpture and other works that tell stories. Some of the stories are about spiritual beliefs, including those of Tahiti, Russia, and ancient Egypt.

    • Color.Explore.Express (Education Exhibition)

      February 18–March 20, 2011

      Color.Explore.Express 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.