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Alex Katz: Theater and Dance

August 16, 2022 - February 19, 2023

The first exhibition to examine Alex Katz’s collaborative work for the stage, this playful, cross-disciplinary project brings together sketches, paintings, photographs, film, set pieces, costumes, and ephemera. Alex Katz: Theater and Dance explores the ways that Katz introduced tenets of postwar painting into dance aesthetics, and the deep inspiration he has drawn from a prolonged study of performance.

Baker Museum, Naples, FL
October 12, 2024–February 2, 2025

Frye Museum, Seattle, WA
February 22–June 8, 2025


Bob Thompson: This House Is Mine

July 20, 2021 - January 9, 2022

The first museum exhibition devoted to the artist Bob Thompson in more than twenty years, This House Is Mine traces the artist’s brief but prolific transatlantic career, examining his formal inventiveness and his engagement with universal themes of collectivity, bearing witness, struggle, and justice. Over a mere eight years, he grappled with the exclusionary Western canon, developing a lexicon of enigmatic forms that he threaded through his work.

Smart Museum of Art, The University of Chicago, Chicago
February 10–May 15, 2022

High Museum of Art, Atlanta
June 17–September 11, 2022

Hammer Museum at UCLA, Los Angeles
October 9, 2022–January 8, 2023


Martha Diamond: Deep Time

July 12 - October 13, 2024

Martha Diamond is among the most perceptive painters of the last five decades. Her work’s formal concision and painterly bravado reflect an inner dialogue with generations of abstract artists, and the results are exceptional: an inimitable handling of gesture and space that reimagines the landscape tradition while deftly sliding between abstraction and representation. Comprised of paintings, works on paper, and monotypes, this focused survey of Diamond’s career proposes “deep time” as a new way of understanding her contribution to American painting.

The Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum, Ridgefield, Connecticut

November 16, 2024–May 18, 2025


Roy Lichtenstein: History in the Making, 1948–1960

February 11 - June 6, 2021

Roy Lichtenstein: History in the Making, 1948–1960 tells the story of an ambitious young artist who experimented with materials and processes, critiqued social mores and mythic conceptions of US history through his satirical artworks, and ultimately found fame by helping to launch a global art movement. It reveals a largely unacknowledged through line, linking Lichtenstein’s early riffs on history painting and representations of the American West, folk art, and gestural abstraction to the later Pop paintings for which he is best known.

Parrish Art Museum, Water Mill, New York
August 1, 2021–October 24, 2021

Columbus Museum of Art, Columbus, Ohio
March 4, 2022–June 5, 2022

Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University, Durham, North Carolina
August 25, 2022–January 8, 2023


Whistler: Streetscapes, Urban Change

June 3 - October 22, 2023

This exhibition features works by artist James McNeill Whistler (1834–1903) focused upon urban sites undergoing rapid transformation during the Victorian era. Despite the artist’s aversion to overtly narrative or political themes, his city subjects reveal a long-term engagement with social and economic forces. Whistler: Streetscapes, Urban Change invites us to consider the multivalent implication of paintings, drawings, and prints that silently witnessed the struggles of the working poor, at the same time romanticizing poverty for a rising middle-class art market.

Freer Gallery of Art at the National Museum of Asian Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC

November 18, 2023–May 4, 2024