Past Exhibitions

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Telling Tales: Narratives from the 1930s

February 25, 2012 – May 13, 2012

Artists who advocated both representational and abstract styles attempted to capture the spirit of their age—a time marked by the bleak reality of the Great Depression as well as the uplifting optimism linked with the machine age and its promise of progress. While works by Social Realist and Regionalist... More

Trenton Doyle Hancock: WE DONE ALL WE COULD AND NONE OF IT’S GOOD

February 4, 2012 – May 6, 2012

Internationally acclaimed Texas-based artist Trenton Doyle Hancock is best known for his ongoing narrative and theatrical installations that thrust the viewer literally and figuratively into his personal, idiosyncratic, and, at times, heretical weave of words and images. This exhibition features new... More

To What Purpose? Photography as Art and Document

January 21, 2012 – April 8, 2012

The recognition of photography as an art form has been among the medium's dominant philosophical debates ever since its inception, due in part to its mechanical and chemical nature. Photographs considered documentary have further caused many to question the purpose and artistic merit of such efforts... More

Richard Mosse: Falk Visiting Artist

January 14, 2012 – April 15, 2012

Photographer Richard Mosse has spent the last two years shooting a new series of work titled "Infra" in the eastern Congo. The artist is known for his restrained and highly aestheticized views of sites associated with violence and fear, such as his 2008 depictions of the war in Iraq, and his large-scale... More