Taking a look back at the creation of Nicole Cherry's mural, 1800s Bikes in Vines, at 1330 Niagara Street.
Taking a look back at the installation of Kobra's mural of John T. Lewis and Mark Twain at 1188 Hertel Avenue.
Taking a look back at how Augustina Droze's Green Kaleidoscope progressed through to completion at 2303 Main Street.
Take a look back at how Logan Hick's Walking Back Time came into being on the Washington Street side of 5 East Huron Street.
Currently on view in the museum's Gallery for New Media is a disorienting, wildly colorful installation of eight videos by artist Kawita Vatanajyankur.
The exhibition Oriol Vilanova: Anything, Everything includes artwork you can touch woven into the museum's collection installation.
Vincent van Gogh originally gave this self portrait to his friend, the French artist and author Émile Bernard, who cherished the work.
Humble and Human: An Exhibition in Honor of Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. features a gallery devoted to American Impressionism, including Willard Leroy Metcalf's The White Veil.
Madame Cézanne, one of 29 portraits the artist painted of his wife, is on loan from the Detroit Institute of Arts for Humble and Human: An Exhibition in Honor of Ralph C. Wilson, Jr.
Each Wednesday this month we're highlighting five women artists connected to the Albright-Knox. This week we focus on artists who have participated in our AK Public Art Initiative.