Contemporary Art: Acquisitions 1954–1957 was the first in a series of exhibitions and publications in the 1950s and 1960s to display and document the influx of new works to the museum's collection.
Camille Henrot's October 2015 Horoscope is a kinetic sculpture—one that you set into motion.
In the 1960s, the Albright-Knox wrote to a selection of artists to ask for statements about their works. Grace Hartigan responded with thoughts about her 1957 painting New England, October.
Marisol frequented Buffalo and the Albright-Knox many times over the years. Here, we highlight her visit in 1963 for the exhibition Mixed Media and Pop Art, which included her work The Generals, 1961–62.
On the occasion of Menagerie: Animals on View, we're taking a closer look at several of the thematic groupings in the exhibition. This week: Horses.
Rodin: A Magnificent Obsession—Sculpture from The Iris and B. Gerald Cantor Foundation, on view at the Albright-Knox in 2004, featured approximately 70 bronze sculptures spanning the career of Auguste Rodin.
On the occasion of Menagerie: Animals on View, we're taking a closer look at several of the thematic groupings in the exhibition. This week: Dogs.
In April 1996, in conjunction with the special exhibition Celebrating Calder (March 9–May 5, 1996), the Albright-Knox invited children to use their imaginations to create hanging mobiles, then enter them into a contest.
James Rosenquist: Paintings, 1961–1985, the first major retrospective of the artist's work in 15 years, included more than 30 immense paintings by one of the key figures in the development of Pop art.
Exhibition Spotlight—Tamar Guimarães and Kasper Akhøj: Studies for A Minor History of Trembling Matter
As installed at the Albright-Knox, this work-in-progress features three videos and a suite of eight photographs.