This exhibition is organized by the 2021 Future Curators and features artworks by high school students from Western New York and Southern Ontario. It is on view at the Buffalo Center for Arts and Technology (BCAT), the Western New York Book Arts Center (Book Arts), and online.
Comunidades Visibles (Visible Communities): The Materiality of Migration brings together artworks by first- or second-generation immigrant Latinx artists who celebrate their communities and interrogate the materials and stories that form their foundations.
This first exhibition at Albright-Knox Northland features work by Heather Hart, Edra Soto, and Rodney Taylor that explores how people build connections to others both inside and outside the walls of those structures we call home.
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.
The Albright-Knox Art Gallery, in partnership with the Detroit Institute of Arts, is proud to present Humble and Human, an exhibition of Impressionist and post-Impressionist treasures from the museums' collections in celebration of Ralph C. Wilson, Jr.
In their collaborative videos, Christine Sun Kim and Thomas Mader illustrate the riches and restrictions of the communicative universe constructed by American Sign Language (ASL) speakers.