Today the Albright-Knox’s Public Art Initiative announced that local artists Mickey Harmon and Ari Moore will produce a mural focused on recognizing the struggle and history of LGBTQ+ activists beginning with imagery of the iconic Stonewall Inn and including portraits of key figures in the history and evolution of the movement.
New Collaboration with FRAME (French-American Museum Exchange) Highlights Albright-Knox’s Collection of Op Art
Recently the Albright-Knox and the Musée d’arts de Nantes, in France—both members of the non-profit organization FRAME (the French-American Museum Exchange)—announced a new initiative to highlight their respective collections of Op art.
The Albright-Knox’s Public Art Initiative has partnered with Frank Lloyd Wright’s Martin House to present an exciting installation featuring artist Jun Kaneko's monumental ceramic sculptures on view through early October 2021.
The Albright-Knox is proud to present Meet Me in Between, the 2020 AK Teens: Future Curators exhibition. Each year, this program enables local students to organize an exhibition of artwork created by their peers.
The museum’s Public Art Initiative has partnered with sixteen artists throughout Western New York on a mural, painted in sections in each artist’s own home or studio, that will be displayed after the COVID-19 crisis subsides.
Today the Albright-Knox Art Gallery announced that the exhibition Hervé Tullet: Shape and Color, which was scheduled to open at Albright-Knox Northland on May 15, will be postponed until the summer of 2021.
In order to support efforts to contain the spread of COVID-19 and to protect the museum’s visitors, staff, and volunteers, Albright-Knox Northland is temporarily closed. All scheduled public programs and events are temporarily postponed.
The Albright-Knox’s Public Art Initiative has partnered with Frank Lloyd Wright’s Martin House to present an exciting installation featuring artist Jun Kaneko's monumental ceramic sculptures from May 22, 2020, through October 3, 2021.
The exhibition Hervé Tullet: Shape and Color—the artist, performer, and beloved children’s book author's largest installation to date—will open at Albright-Knox Northland on Friday, May 15.
Today, leaders at the Albright-Knox, along with Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul and other elected officials, broke ground on the museum’s historic AK360 Campus Development and Expansion Project.