October 22, 2016–January 29, 2017
This historic and long-overdue monographic exhibition celebrates Rosalyn Drexler’s multidisciplinary artistic practice and acknowledges her important contribution to Pop art.
November 5, 2016–February 19, 2017
Featuring paintings, sculptures, drawings, and prints by Pablo Picasso from the Albright-Knox's collection alongside iconic paintings on loan from museums in both Europe and the United States, this exhibition explores the career of this protean artist between 1906 and the mid-1960s.
October 22, 2016–February 5, 2017
For his first one-person museum exhibition, Matt Hoyt has designed an installation of more than 100 objects and discrete sculptural groups that have been in development for the past six years.
November 19, 2016–March 19, 2017
This exhibition features works from the collection in which artists deploy parody, wit, sarcasm, or even surrealist humor—which is macabre, ironic, and usually absurd—sometimes including us and sometimes having a laugh at our expense.