2022 Exhibitions

Feminine Mysteries: Four Works by Ann McCoy

March 25 – May 28

An exhibition that reflects the artist’s longstanding use of alchemical symbolism and Jungian psychology to address universal themes, such as self-knowledge and spiritual transformation.

Embracing our Environment

March 25 – May 28

This exhibition explores human interactions with nature and is part of campus-wide programming inspired by the bicentennial of Frederick Law Olmsted’s birth.

Liliana Porter: Actualidades/Breaking News

January 12 – March 12, 2022

For more than half a century, Argentina-born artist Liliana Porter (b. 1941) has made conceptual art in a wide variety of media, among them printmaking, photography, video, and installation. This exhibitions centers around her video work Actualidades/Breaking News (2016), which presents a sequence of vignettes organized as newspaper sections (e.g., “Fashion and Style”) or articles (e.g., “Benefit Concert”). Also on view are selected works on paper by Porter on loan from the collection of Bejamin Ortiz and Victor Torchia, Jr.