Past Exhibitions

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Jessica Stockholder Kissing the Wall: Works, 1988 - 2003

February 13, 2005 – May 8, 2005

Jessica Stockholder is widely considered one of the most innovative artists working today. Her work does not just cross boundaries; it blows them wide open. Sculpture, painting, collage, assemblage, and installation wrap into, out of, and around one another, eliminating the need or ability to consider... More

Anne Chu: Falk Visiting Artist

January 23, 2005 – April 17, 2005

Among the influences on Anne Chu’s work are Tang Dynasty ceramics, medieval court figures, Chinese landscape painting traditions, medieval pageantry and, more recently, marionette theater. These various interests are matched in the range of media that Chu explores: glazed ceramic, bronze, carved wood... More

American Art: 1960 - Present Selections from the Permanent Collection

January 23, 2005 – July 3, 2005

This exhibition is the second part of a year-long survey of American art focusing upon new and different kinds of expression. It includes approximately forty paintings, drawings, and sculpture that address pop culture, identity, and politics. More

Artists and Civil Rights

January 9, 2005 – March 6, 2005

In anticipation of the opening of Greensboro’s International Civil Rights Center and Museum later this year, the Weatherspoon has organized an exhibition from the permanent collection that addresses core notions of freedom, equality, and opportunity for all. Artists and Civil Rights includes more... More