Shown on four contiguous video screens, Video Quartet is a montage of more than 700 individual film clips in which characters play instruments, sing, or make noise in one form or another. Artist Christian Marclay spent a year meticulously editing these snippets of sound and video into a new unified composition.
Organized by GRAM, this unique exhibition showcases Warhol’s celebration of America by bringing together a selection of unique paintings, prints, and photographs.
Her Purse Smelled Like Juicy Fruit is a series of linoleum prints with narrative text that tells the life story of the artist’s mother. Using traditional carving techniques, and influenced by expressionist printmakers of the past, Wilson reinterprets the graphic linocut style to create a striking visual chronicle of his memories and imagination.
Alexis Rockman: The Great Lakes Cycle explores the past, present, and future of North America’s Great Lakes–one of the world’s most emblematic and ecologically significant ecosystems.
Comprising over 200 images from the past 175 years, Who Shot Sports presents an astonishing diversity of work by more than 150 photographers. The exhibition includes classic images of legendary athletes and historic action shots, as well as pictures taken behind-the-scenes and on the sidelines. Sports familiar and unfamiliar are represented, in photographs taken across six continents.
David Wiesner has enthralled readers for three decades, and his remarkable career is surveyed in this first-ever retrospective devoted to his art. The exhibition features 70 original watercolors from some of Wiesner’s most famous books.