Paintings, prints, mixed media constructions, ceramics, photographs, and drawings are presented to you as examples of the extraordinary talent often missed by art museums.
Ms. Garza’s artworks have been the focus of many important exhibitions prior to this retrospective, including a nationwide touring exhibition in 1991 and an exhibition at the Hirshhorn Museum of the Smithsonian Institution in 1995 (the first one-person Latino exhibition ever held at the Smithsonian).
This exhibition presents a group of artworks from the permanent collection that share an unusual distinction: either they lack a known title or the artists have deliberately assigned Untitled or a non-specific title to their artworks.
The versatility of the human body to portray formal and theoretical concerns in art is examined in this exhibition.
This exhibition features the many diverse forms created during the last four decades by sculptor Albert Paley.
Continuing its effort to consider artworks in thought provoking contexts, the Museum has brought together a group of works from its permanent collection to investigate the impact of color choices made by artists.