Through four newly designed “instruments,” Oppenheimer explores how individual and communal actions shape the spaces we inhabit.
In these new works, including a major commission, Rakowitz continues his efforts to complicate the narrative around cultural patrimony. On view through June 2021.
Over the last decade Jeffrey Gibson has moved from creating lyrical, abstracted acrylic landscape paintings with beaded and sculpted paint elements to a dizzingly multi-varied practice, which interfaces with the rubrics of fashion, gender, and ethnicity.
Explore how nearly 30 artists visualize data sourced from a variety of subjects, including the arts, culture, history, race, gender, and politics. Open through June 14.
Theaters of Fiction features work by seven contemporary artists that use the physical space of the theater to explore ideas of illusion and escapism.
Unless you live in Utica or Clinton, New York, there’s a decent chance you haven’t heard of the Wellin Museum. Opened last fall on the campus of Hamilton College, the Wellin comes on the heels of some two decades of planning for the school’s first art museum. Luckily, it seems to have been worth the wait.