Past Exhibitions


The Coronation by Nicholas and Sheila Pye

Feb 17 - May 22, 2011

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Intersections: Nicholas and Sheila Pye The Coronation


The Coronation is a three-channel video with sound, projected on three 52-inch plasma monitors. Wall-mounted and arranged like a triptych, the work alters the architecture of the gallery and establishes a visual dialogue with Georges Rouault's Tragic Landscape, 1930, from the permanent collection.

Philip Guston, Pantheon, 1973

Feb 12 - May 15, 2011

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Philip Guston Roma


Philip Guston, Roma brings together for the first time 39 paintings from Philip Guston's Roma series, produced during his six months as artist-in-residence at the American Academy in Rome in 1970–71.

David Smith, Concaves, 1960

Feb 12 - May 15, 2011

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David Smith Invents


David Smith Invents explores an extraordinarily fertile period in the career of the sculptor David Smith (1906–65) from the early 1950s to the early 1960s.

Regi Müller, Flurries, 2010

Apr 1, 2010 - May 15, 2011

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Intersections: Regi Müller Flurries


Flurries is composed of small, sculptural pieces randomly mounted on the windows and walls of the Vradenburg Café. Cast in urethane, a clear synthetic material, in the shape of "cap"-in mathematics, the area of a sphere above or below a given plane-the pieces are arranged in the space to induce a visual progression from order to disorder.

Jae Ko, Force of Nature, 2010

Sep 30, 2010 - Feb 20, 2011

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Intersections: Jae Ko Force of Nature


Experimenting with different kinds of paper (from rice paper to newspaper to adding-machine paper), Jae Ko rolls, cuts, glues, soaks, and dyes it, manipulating her material into sculptural forms.

Claude Monet, Garden of the Princess, 1867

Sep 11, 2010 - Jan 16, 2011

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Side by Side Oberlin's Masterworks at the Phillips


Side by Side: Oberlin's Masterworks at the Phillips combines masterworks from the collections of the Allen Memorial Art Museum and The Phillips Collection. The 25 works on loan from Oberlin date from the 16th to the 20th centuries, and include stellar works by artists of the British, Dutch, Flemish, French, German, Italian, and Spanish schools.

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