Filter
Date
Apply

Hervé Tullet: Shape and Color

Hervé Tullet: Shape and Color is the largest exhibition of work by this artist, performer, and beloved children’s book author ever assembled, and will be accompanied by a series of artist residencies. 

Learn More

Swoon: Seven Contemplations

Swoon: Seven Contemplations has transformed Albright-Knox Northland into an open and meditative environment featuring a number of the artist's large-scale sculptural installations as well as her first stop-motion animation video.

Learn More

Kawita Vatanajyankur: Foul Play

Kawita Vatanajyankur deploys her body to perform manual tasks that are normally accomplished using tools or other objects, creating indelible images of the paradoxes of twenty-first-century labor.

Learn More

We the People: New Art from the Collection

Featuring works that have entered the museum's collection over the past five years, this exhibition features some of the most imaginative and dynamic artists working today and their explorations into what it means to be a citizen of the 21st century.

Learn More

Htein Lin: A Show of Hands

Artist and pro-democracy activist Htein Lin has cast the hands of hundreds of former political prisoners for his multimedia installation A Show of Hands, offering these individuals an opportunity to process the past by sharing their stories with others.

Learn More