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Frederic Remington, Moonlight, Wolf, c. 1904, oil on canvas, 20 1/16 x 26 inches, gift of the members of the Phillips Academy Board of Trustees on the occasion of the 25th Anniversary of the Addison Gallery, 1956.2
Frederic Remington, Moonlight, Wolf (detail), c. 1904. Oil on canvas, 20 1/16 x 26 inches. Gift of the members of the Phillips Academy Board of Trustees on the occasion of the 25th Anniversary of the Addison Gallery, 1956.2

Past Exhibitions

Exhibitions at the Addison

Sep. 1, 2023 TO

Dec. 31, 2023

This exhibition presents a new body of work by Reggie Burrows Hodges, the inaugural recipient of the Addison’s Bartlett H. Hayes, Jr. Prize. In these compositions, Hodges contemplates the notion of turning a big ship—of marshalling collective will and labor to resist a powerful current.
Sep. 1, 2023 TO

Jan. 7, 2024

Selections from the Addison’s rich collection of seascapes, maritime art, and model ships exploring the ocean and its shores as spaces of labor, leisure, passage, and peril.
Sep. 1, 2023 TO

Feb. 11, 2024

Occupying the entirety of the Addison’s second level, this exhibition demonstrates how recently acquired works complement the museum’s extant holdings and help us to see the collection in novel ways, drawing out new narratives, juxtapositions, and conversations across time and media.
Feb. 18, 2023 TO

Jul. 30, 2023

Consisting of approximately 40 large-scale single panel works as well as a room-sized installation, this exhibition traces the evolution of the artist’s practice. Known for her daring and inventive fusion of marquetry, the centuries-old art of wood inlay, with gritty and provocative subject matter, Taylor tells tales that are unequivocally modern.
Jan. 28, 2023 TO

Jul. 30, 2023

Comprised almost entirely of works from the collection, this exhibition explores how women have deployed the visual language and universal formal concerns of abstraction—color, line, form, shape, contrast, pattern, and texture—to create works of art across a wide variety of media (including paintings, sculptures, drawings, photographs, ceramics, textiles) from the 18th century to the present day.
Jan. 14, 2023 TO

Jul. 30, 2023

This focused installation provides a glimpse into the impressive body of work that Boston-based artist Lavaughan Jenkins has produced over the past six months as the Addison’s Edward E. Elson Artist-in-Residence.

Additional Past Exhibitions:

Sep. 1, 2022
to Jan. 29, 2023
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Bartlett H. Hayes Prize Recipients


Reggie Burrows Hodges

Exhibition | Residency | Publication | Acquisition


Tommy Kha

Exhibition | Residency | Publication | Acquisition