On September 13, Bank of America and the Albright-Knox Art Gallery will launch the latest Masterpiece Moment series featuring Frida Kahlo’s (Mexican, 1907–1954) popular work Self-Portrait with Monkey, 1938.
The Albright-Knox recently partnered with Child & Family Services to supply artmaking kits to children in the Residential Treatment program, as part of the current exhibition at Albright-Knox Northland, Hervé Tullet: Shape and Color.
Today the Albright-Knox announced its upcoming exhibition Difference Machines: Technology and Identity in Contemporary Art, which will open on October 16, 2021, at Albright-Knox Northland.
Today the Albright-Knox and D’Youville announced that internationally acclaimed artist Maya Hayuk (American, born 1969) will paint an enormous mural on D’Youville’s new Health Professions HUB.
Today the Albright-Knox announced the appointment of Dr. Callie Johnson as the museum’s first Director of Communications and Community Engagement, a new department that will play a key role in shaping the museum’s identity locally, nationally, and globally.
Albright-Knox Celebrates Completion of Steel Frame for New Gundlach Building with Topping Out Ceremony
Today the Albright-Knox’s Board of Directors, museum leadership, construction trades workers, and elected officials celebrated the completion of the steel frame of the museum’s new Jeffrey E. Gundlach Building with a topping out ceremony.
Buffalo, NY – Today the Albright-Knox has announced upcoming events with our Art Truck, a mobile center for hands-on artmaking that brings art activities, classes, and workshops for individuals of all ages, backgrounds, and levels of ability into the communities of Western New York.
Today the Albright-Knox, in conjunction with the County of Erie, announced the return of Erie County Free Week. The week of free admission, programs, and events is a popular way for the museum to express its gratitude to all Erie County residents, the County Executive, and County Legislators for their generous support of museum operations.
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.