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.
Featuring over 25 works from the past decade, Tightrope explores the full breadth of Elias Sime’s practice.
A conversation with the artist Elias Sime, whose work interrogating our bond with electronic media is now on view at the Wellin Museum.
Theaters of Fiction features work by seven contemporary artists that use the physical space of the theater to explore ideas of illusion and escapism.
In a word, Gibson’s work is anticipatory — imagining who we humans might become when we truly begin to fill out the contours of our expansive humanity.
This Is the Day explores Gibson’s artistic approach, which combines pop culture with references to Native American history and current events
Since opening in October 2012, the Wellin Museum of Art has hosted 22 exhibitions and welcomed nearly 60,000 visitors.
Drawn from the museum’s collection, the show includes works by Michelle Grabner, Elias Sime, and Vanessa German.
Julia Jacquette’s Playground of My Mind is a graphic memoir of growing up with the modernist playgrounds of Manhattan, and how their concrete geometries influenced her later art.
The exhibition will be on view at the Ruth and Elmer Wellin Museum of Art from February 18–July 2, 2017.