Today the Albright-Knox Art Gallery announced the Buffalo Chamber Players at the AK 2018–2019 season, continuing the museum’s acclaimed partnership with the Buffalo Chamber Players with an expanded concert series in the Albright-Knox Auditorium.
Today the Albright-Knox Art Gallery announced the dates and lineup for the 2018–2019 Art of Jazz series. Tickets are on sale now.
The Albright-Knox Art Gallery announced the Buffalo Chamber Players at the AK 2018–2019 season, continuing the museum’s acclaimed partnership with the Buffalo Chamber Players with an expanded concert series in the Albright-Knox Auditorium.
Today the Albright-Knox Art Gallery launched a new online store for Shop AK. The store is accessible through the museum’s website and may be reached directly at https://shop.albrightknox.org.
Recently the Albright-Knox Art Gallery’s iconic sculpture, look and see, 2005, by artist Jim Hodges (American, born 1957), was moved from the museum’s outdoor Sculpture Garden, where it has been installed since 2006, into a new public space on the Richardson Olmsted Campus.
On Saturday, June 30, the Albright-Knox Art Gallery will open a new exhibition titled Giant Steps: Artists and the 1960s.
Albright-Knox Art Gallery Announces the Next Phase in its AK360 Expansion Project, with Preliminary Schematic Design for a Freestanding Building on a Park-Like Campus
The Albright-Knox Art Gallery today entered a new phase in its AK360 Campus Development and Expansion Project, announcing the creation of a new work of signature architecture on the north side of its historic campus.
Recently the Albright-Knox Art Gallery opened Robert Indiana: A Sculpture Retrospective. The exhibition provides an in-depth exploration of one of America’s best known, but least understood artists.
Recently the Albright-Knox Art Gallery's Public Art Initiative began work on a new mural at 617 Fillmore Avenue by artist Wojciech Kołacz, also known as Otecki (Polish, born 1984).
The Swindle: Art Between Seeing and Believing—the Albright-Knox Art Gallery Invites You to Question What You Think You See
The artists in this exhibition, including Josef Albers, Tauba Auerbach, Robert Barry, Amanda Means, and Kim Tschang-Yeul, have used many different strategies to draw attention to the act of perception and to encourage us to question the truth of our vision.
Google Arts & Culture, together with the Albright-Knox Art Gallery and other Cultural Institutions, Announces Its First Online Retrospective Art Project Dedicated to Frida Kahlo
Faces of Frida gives you access to a virtual collection composed of more than 800 iconic pieces, including 700 files of photos, letters, and portraits that you can explore in different ways through Google Arts & Culture technology.