Exhibition Archive (2010–2021)

Spring 2021
Learning to Look: The Addison at 90 (5/8/2021–2/6/2022)

Mel Kendrick: Seeing Things in Things (4/10/2021–10/3/2021)

Winter 2021
Yoko Ono: Mend Piece (1/16/2021–4/11/2021)

Aphrodite Désirée Navab: Landmines of Memory (1/16/2021–4/11/2021)

Fall 2020
Robert Frank: The Americans (10/16/2020–4/11/2021)

Currents/Crosscurrents: American Art, 1850–1950 (10/16/2020–3/7/2021)

Wayfinding: Contemporary Artists, Critical Dialogues, and the Sidney R. Knafel Map Collection (10/16/2020–2/28/2021)

An Incomplete History of Photography: 1860s to 1960s (10/16/2020–02/21/2021)

Roy DeCarava (10/16/2020–4/11/2021)

To Make Visible: Art and Activism, 1980-2000 (10/16/2020–1/3/2021)

Winter 2020
Gordon Parks: The New Tide, Early Work 1940–1950 (2/1/2020–3/13/2020)

Man Up! Visualizing Masculinity in 19th-Century America (12/21/2019–3/13/2020)

Expanding the Narrative: Recent Acquisitions (2/1/2020–3/1/2020)

Come As You Are: American Youth (11/20/20193–3/8/2020)

Fall 2019
Men of Steel, Women of Wonder (10/5/2019–1/5/2020)

A Wildness Distant from Ourselves: Art and Ecology in 19th-Century America (9/1/2019–3/13/2020)

The Art of Ambition in the Colonial Northeast (9/1/2019–12/15/2019)

George Washington: American Icon (9/1/2019–11/3/2019)

Spring 2019
Harlem: In Situ (3/29/2019–7/31/2019)

John Goodman: not recent color (4/13/2019–7/31/2019)

Winter 2019
In and Out of Place (2/16/2019–7/31/2019

Blink: Memories Contained (11/14/2018–3/10/2019)

Fall 2018
From Starfield to MARS: Paul Manship and His Artistic Legacy (9/15/2018 –1/20/2019)

Contemplating the View: American Landscape Photographs (9/8/2018–3/3/2019)

The Body: Concealing and Revealing (9/1/2018–3/31/2019)

4×4 (9/1/2018–7/31/2019)

Look At Me (9/1/2018–12/31/2018)

Spring 2018
Photographers Among Us (4/7/2018–7/31/2018)

Gun Country (3/10/2018–7/31/2018)

Eye on the Collection (9/1/2017–7/31/2018)

Winter 2018
Mark Tobey: Threading Light (11/4/2017–3/11/2018)

sad poems. (11/15/2017–3/4/2018)

Convergence: Anila Quayyum Agha, Lalla Essaydi, Yun-Fei Ji, and Fred Han Chang Liang (1/27/2018–7/31/2018)

Sumi Ink Club (1/27/2018–7/31/2018)

Fall 2017
Invisible Citings: Elaine Reichek and Jeanne Silverthorne (9/1/2017–12/31/2017

Seen and Unseen (9/1/2017–12/31/2017)

Color and Light: Watercolors from the Collection (9/15/2017–10/15/2017)

Spring 2017
Frank Stella Prints: From the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation (4/22/2017–7/30/2017)

The Gifts of Frank Stella (3/18/2017–7/30/2017)

Eye on the Collection, Spring 2017 (4/1/2017–7/30/2017)

Respect Existence or Expect Resistance: Civil Rights Era Photographs from the Collection (3/10/2017–7/30/2017)

Winter 2017
Throwing Up Bunnies: The Irreverent Interlopings of Triple Candie, 2001–2016 (1/21/2017–4/2/2017)

The Deception of Perception: Exploring Distortion and Ambiguity in Photography (11/15/2016–3/5/2017)

Fall 2016
Making It Modern: The Folk Art Collection of Elie and Viola Nadelman (9/17/2016–12/31/2016)

Taking Shape: Sculpture at the Addison (9/17/2016–3/19/2017)

Manzanar: Photographs by Ansel Adams (9/1/2016–3/5/2017)

Eye on the Collection, Fall 2016 (901/2016–3/19/2017)

Spring 2016
Revolution of the Eye: Modern Art and the Birth of American Television (4/9/2016–7/31/2016)

Artistic Territories: Journeys in Place and Time (5/25/2016–7/31/2016)

Selections from the Permanent Collection (4/30/2016–7/31/2016)

Winter 2016
Laurie Simmons: In and Around the House (2/6/2016–4/17/2016)

Walls and Beams, Rooms and Dreams: Images of Home (1/23/2016–7/31/2016)

One Thing Leads to Another…Selections from the Collection (1/30/2016–3/20/2016)

Fall 2015
Converging Lines: Eva Hesse and Sol LeWitt (9/8/2015–1/10/2016)

In Tandem: Inspirations and Collaborations (9/12/2015–1/3/2016)

Words In Air: Jennifer Caine and Rachel Hellmann in Collaboration (9/12/2015–1/17/2016)

Selections from the Permanent Collection (9/12/2015–3/13/2016)

Spring 2015
Alfred Maurer: At the Vanguard of Modernism (4/25/2015–7/31/2015)

On the Scene: 20th Century Street Photography (5/30/2015–7/31/2015)

Searching for the Real (5/30/2015–7/31/2015)

In Calm Waters, on Stormy Seas (5/30/2015–7/31/2015)

Winter 2015
Heaven and Earth (2/7/2015–4/5/2015)

Collection Intervention: Ellen Gallagher’s DeLuxe (1/17/2015–5/17/2015)

Light/Dark, White/Black (1/17/2015–7/31/2015)

Fall 2014
Exterior Spaces, Interior Places (9/2/2014–1/4/2015)

Dwight Tryon and American Tonalism (9/12/2014–1/4/2015)

Lorna Simpson Retrospective

Spring 2014
Loisaida: New York’s Lower East Side in the ’80s (4/12/2014–7/31/2014)

POP! Selections from the Collection (5/3/2014–7/31/2014)

Street Talk: Chris Daze Ellis in Dialogue with the Collection (5/3/2014–7/31/2014)

Toward Resolution: Artists’ Studies from the Collection (5/30/2014 –7/31/2014)

Winter 2014
An American in London: Whistler and the Thames (2/1/2014–4/13/2014)

Industrial Strength: Selections from the Collection (2/1/2014–4/13/2014)

Eye on the Collection: Artful Poses (2/1/2014–3/30/2014)

Fall 2013
Flash Back—November 22, 1963 (9/1/2013–1/12/2014)

James Prosek: The Spaces in Between (9/1/2013–1/5/2014)

the kids are all right (9/14/2013–1/5/2014)

Natural Selections (9/14/2013–3/16/2014)

Spring 2013
For All the World to See: Visual Culture and the Struggle for Civil Rights (4/13/2013–7/31/2013)

Eye on the Collection (4/27/2013–7/31/2013)

Secrets, Loss, Memory, Courage: Works by Gay Male Artists (4/27/2013–7/31/2013)

Richard Avedon—The Family (4/13/2013–7/31/2013)

Winter 2013
Stone, Wood, Metal, Mesh: Prints and Printmaking (1/19/2013–3/17/2013)

Frame by Frame: Photographic Series and Portfolios from the Collection (2/2/2013–4/14/2013)

Eye on the Collection (1/19/2013–3/10/2013)

Fall 2012
American Vanguards: Graham, Davis, Gorky, de Kooning, and Their Circle, 1927–1942 (9/21/2012–12/30/2012)

Pekupatikut Innuat Akunikana / Pictures Woke the People Up: An Innu Project with Wendy Ewald and Eric Gottesman (9/4/2012–1/13/2013)

People, Places, Things: Symbols of American Culture (9/4/2012–1/13/2013)

Spring 2012
Making a Presence: F. Holland Day in Artistic Photography (3/27/2012–7/31/2012)

In Character: Artists’ Role Play in Photography and Video (4/14/2012–7/31/2012)

Life Lines: The Art of Elizabeth Enders (4/28/2012–7/31/2012)

Lines of Action: Selections from the Collection (4/28/2012–7/31/2012)

Pressure Points (5/30/2012–7/31/2012)

Winter 2012
Land, Sea, and Sky: Contemporary Art in Maine (1/27/2012–3/11/2012)

John Marin: Modernism at Midcentury (1/27/12–4/1/12)

Open Windows: Keltie Ferris, Jackie Saccoccio, Billy Sullivan, and Alexi Worth (1/14/2012–4/08/2012)

Fall 2011
Fractured Narratives: Works by Lorna Bieber (10/8/2011–1/8/2012)

Clearstory Squares and Unitych Variations: Paintings by Christopher C. Cook (10/8/2011–1/8/2012)

RFK Funeral Train Rediscovered: Photographs by Paul Fusco (10/15/2011–12/31/2011)

80 @ 80 (10/15/2011–12/31/2011)

The Civil War: Unfolding Dialogues (10/15/2011–4/15/2012)

Some Assembly Required (10/15/2011–1/08/2012)

Winter 2011
John La Farge’s Second Paradise: Voyages in the South Seas, 1890–1891 (1/22/2011–3/27/2011)

Fall 2010
Sheila Hicks: 50 Years (11/5/2010–2/27/2011)

Artist’s Project: Tristan Perich (9/07/2010–3/27/2011)

Inside, Outside, Upstairs, Downstairs: the Addison Anew (9/7/2010–3/27/2011)

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