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Claire Falkenstein, Sun, c.1959
Claire Falkenstein, Sun, c. 1959. Welded copper, 27 1/2 x 35 x 66 inches. © The Falkenstein Foundation. Courtesy Michael Rosenfeld Gallery LLC, New York

Upcoming Exhibitions

Exhibitions at the Addison

Sep. 3, 2024 TO

Jan. 5, 2025

This exhibition delves into the various circles of American artists who made France their home during the post-World War II era, and investigates the academies where many studied, the spaces where their work was exhibited, their interactions with European artists, and the overarching issue of what it meant to be an American abroad.
Sep. 14, 2024 TO

Feb. 2, 2025

The exhibition celebrates a shared reverence for nature while engaging crucial questions about land dispossession and its reclamation by Indigenous peoples and nations and exploring the relationship between Indigenous art and American art history, placing landscape paintings by the renowned contemporary Cherokee artist Kay WalkingStick in conversation with highlights from New-York Historical Society’s collection of 19th-century Hudson River School paintings.
Sep. 14, 2024 TO

Mar. 2, 2025

Featuring works from the museum’s collection, Figure/Ground examines the interconnection between individuals and their environments, offering a multifaceted view of the human experience in relation to the spaces we inhabit. The varied scenes, from urban landscapes to pastoral countrysides, invite narrative and prompt reflection on the ways we relate to our own environments.
Mar. 15, 2025 TO

Jul. 31, 2025

This major exhibition devoted to the artist June Leaf, whose enigmatic, beguiling, and often irreverent work is both endlessly experimental and uncategorizable, will draw from the artist’s vast archive along with loans from select private and institutional collections. The most comprehensive exhibition of the artist’s work in more than three decades, June Leaf: Shooting from the Heart considers the breadth of Leaf’s 75-year career and will include enchanting and provocative sculptures, paintings, and works on paper.
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Bartlett H. Hayes Prize Recipients

2023:

Reggie Burrows Hodges

Exhibition | Residency | Publication | Acquisition

2025:

Tommy Kha

Exhibition | Residency | Publication | Acquisition