The Albright-Knox's Public Art Initiative has completed installation of Works, from Home, the sixteen-artist collaborative mural responding to the conditions of the pandemic, at 43 West Chippewa Street.
Today the Albright-Knox, in conjunction with the Ciminelli Real Estate Corporation, announced the creation of a new mural at Ciminelli’s 201 Ellicott Street project.
Beginning in July of 2021, six artists will create new murals as part of Cobblestone Commons, completing a destination-making public art project that will further enhance downtown, especially the neighboring Cobblestone businesses and the site of the annual Cobblestone Live festival.
The Albright-Knox is proud to present The Presence of Absence, the 2021 AK Teens: Future Curators exhibition, on view at the Buffalo Center for Arts & Technology, Western New York Book Arts Center, and online.
Today the Albright-Knox announced that it has received a $300,000 grant from the Henry Luce Foundation to support the upcoming traveling exhibition that will celebrate the life and work of Marisol.
On Friday, February 12, Albright-Knox Northland will open Comunidades Visibles: The Materiality of Migration. The exhibition will remain on view through Sunday, May 16, 2021.
Today the Albright-Knox announced the appointment of Julia M. Vázquez for a two-year curatorial fellowship. Her primary responsibility will be to assist with a major exhibition and larger research initiative dedicated to the work of Marisol.
Recently the Albright-Knox announced a new exhibition, Comunidades Visibles: The Materiality of Migration, at Albright-Knox Northland. The exhibition will open February 12, 2021, and will remain on view through May 16, 2021.
On Saturday, September 26, Albright-Knox Northland will open a new exhibition titled Seven Contemplations, by Caledonia Curry (American, born 1977), who works under the name Swoon.
Today the Albright-Knox’s Public Art Initiative announced an artist residency in Springville, New York, for Bryan Metzdorf (American, born 1982) at the Springville Center for the Arts.
Today the Public Art Initiative announced that a new mural by Buffalo artist Edreys Wajed will be installed at Say Yes Buffalo. The design was produced in collaboration with local mural artist and sign painter James Moffitt, aka YAMES.
The Albright-Knox’s Public Art Initiative recently installed a new mural by Buffalo-based artist James Cooper III, depicting John E. Brent, Buffalo’s first African American architect, at the Buffalo Zoo.